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Sometimes (not all the time and only recently) upon acceleration (from dead stop and/or from any speed but give enuf gas for it to kick down into overdrive), car jerks and acts like it doesn't want to go but engine does not make spitting noise. Just feels mechanical..

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  • rhondaellis Jul 28, 2008

    Oh, that would be awesome if that's all it is. And, I did just recently have to replace all the spark plugs (about 3 weeks ago) so that mskes sense that that could be what it is. Thanks!!!! I was so afraid it was my transmission.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    It vibrates go down the road and sometimes it makes a knocking noise when taking off and it stops making the noise if I let off the gas

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There is some loose conduct in the connection from the engine delta coil side which is connected to spark plug.Tat part is having some loose connection which makes the car to **** and stop when you accelerate.

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