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Shifting funny My 2005 Ford Escape in not shifting properly. The rpm's on the motor appear to be too high when the vehicle shifts thus causing a jerking or lunge if you will. I checked the fluid level and also had the fluid changed and filter replaced.

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If this is a standard/stick shift, your clutch may be going out.

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