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What could be the cause of jerking when changing gears in an AE91 Toyota whose clutch was replaced recently?


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2007-05-19 04:18:55
2007-05-19 04:18:55

I(f it doesn't chatter when you first start out, the engine is probably hesitating. ==Alternate Answer== You should also check your engine/transmission mounts. If your mounts are broken, when you drop the clutch the engine will feel like it wants to jump out of the car. Other than that, check your fluids, drivetrain parts and remember that a new clutch grabs harder than a worn one.

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