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Alero Jerking while accelerating

I drive a '99 Oldsmobile Alero and when I accelerate it is slightly delayed and jerks before it will finally accelerate. However it only does this at speeds lower that 50 MPH. Also when it is idling it will shake or **** still.

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Also check your plug cables for damage. My Jetta had a faulty throttle body and it did the same till I had a new one installed

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Have your plugs, coil housing, and coils checked...sounds like your engine is missing due to fouled plugs or a bad coil/coil housing

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