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Old 07-29-2014, 03:11 PM
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Anyone experience this, when driving

So I have been noticing, whenever I turn on the car and start driving off the parking lot, my Car is doing a little Jerking motion, any ideas what can be causing this?

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Could your brakes be grabbing? When this happens are you usually parked for a lengthy amount of time?
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while u are driving in the lot??? could it the engine was cold and u on n off the gas pedal?
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Is tachometer needle moving during the jerking?
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Yes but I'm guessing you put it in drive or reverse immediately after starting it. Wait for the RPMs to drop below 1000 and it won't happen.
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Are your idles dropping at traffic lights occasionally? Bad fuel injectors maybe. I had the same issue and it wasn't a result of me driving off immediately after starting (I usually let me car warm up regardless of temp). Dealer just found a badly deteriorated crankshaft breather hose, I'm hoping that resolved it.
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Could your brakes be grabbing? When this happens are you usually parked for a lengthy amount of time?

Yes is usually at least i notice when I first turn on car
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while u are driving in the lot??? could it the engine was cold and u on n off the gas pedal?
The Engine could be cold, i notice it when i first turn on the car, but I am not on the gas pedal on and off, I could be moving slowly. and notice it
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Is tachometer needle moving during the jerking?

Seattle I will check the needed next time. Thanks
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Yes but I'm guessing you put it in drive or reverse immediately after starting it. Wait for the RPMs to drop below 1000 and it won't happen.
Bdcanetti I will try this, but i was told I should not wait for car to warm up, is this true?
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