I am not a mechanic but I do own a 2000 CR-V on which I do a little of my own work. From your description it isn't clear just what might be causing the 'jerky' feeling but before you consider the transmission, I would recommend having your motor mounts checked. A broken motor mount could be a possible cause the jerky movement you are experiencing. If it is not a bad motor mount then I'm sorry to tell you that you might be looking at some transmission work. Just how expensive that might be can only be determined by a competent repair shop. There is no "home" remedy that will solve a transmission problem.
You can tell if the transmission is bad on almost any car by looking for jerky acceleration when driving, especially when moving from low to higher speeds. If the car is jerky, or seems to be having trouble shifting, it is likely a problem with the transmission.
A corroded distributor cap and rotor will cause a vehicle to be difficult if not impossible to start and may cause the motor to run rough. If a manual transmission is jerky the clutch slave cylinder or clutch may need replacing ( clutch slipping ). It would also do to check the clutch lines for leaking fluid.
No shifts...jerky shifts....engine faster while car does not. All this while tranny has a full fluid level. Low level can cause the first three.
Because the transmission is in limp mode, and needs servicing ASAP or is broken and needs replacing.
Possible low on fluid and also need to reprogram transmission after fluid went down. It could have reset itself .
I would have the transmission checked , because the toqure converter may be ready to lock up permenitly
jerky that is dipped in cheese!!! :)
I love beef jerky.
No. It is dehydrated strips of beef. But there are things such as chicken jerky, deer jerky.
Jerky Cure is something you use to season and prepare meat for drying to make jerky.
I have a 1999 Dodge Caravan SE, While I am driving things are alright, but when slowing down to a stop the transmission downshift late. What causes thisand is there anything I should be concerned about. Recently, I put some more transmission fluid in . could I have overfilled it?This should help:Complete automatic transmission failure is obvious because the car will not move at all when shifted into forward or reverse. Usually the symptoms of impending automatic transmission failure are not quite as dramatic, and can be inspected by a mechanic to determine if the transmission needs replacing or if there is any chance the problem can be repaired.Delayed ShiftingOne common symptom of automatic transmission problems is delayed shifting when the vehicle is cold, particularly for reverse or first gear. Loss of One GearSometimes one gear will go out entirely while the others still function. If fourth or reverse gear fails, for instance, the vehicle at least can be driven to a shop. Unusual Shifting SpeedsShifting may take place at unusual speeds, earlier or later than it should. The speed where shifting takes place also may keep changing. Noise and JerkingAny noise while shifting is a symptom of automatic transmission failure, and so is rough, jerky shifting. Odd MovementIf the vehicle tries to move while in park or neutral, it most likely has automatic transmission failure. Shift Lever IssuesIf the shift lever is difficult to move, this indicates transmission problems as well.
Yes jerky can spoil.
To make beef jerky, you can use any cut of beef. However, you can make turkey jerky using turkey or chicken jerky with chicken, etc. You can make jerky with most any kind of meat.
Jerky can be made from any type of meat. I've eaten turkey jerky, deer jerky, pork jerky, beef jerky, buffalo jerky and a couple of others. Jerky is basically just dried meat. Many people make their own by laying the strips of meat on a cookie sheet, basting it with teriyaki and drying it at a low temp in the oven. It can also be dried in the sun if there is a way to keep critters off of it. Just look up jerky recipes in your favorite search engine.
Indians invented beef jerky.
Jerky is made from meat, so, yes it is meat!
Yes the word jerky can be a noun. It is a piece of meat.
Yes, some people make alligator jerky.
No, turkey jerky is made from turkey meat.
Two words. Deer Jerky :3 and its the best thing ever if cooked correctly next to gator jerky! <33333
Caribbean Pirate's carried dried meats now called Jerky. It was salted and dried by the Sun. "Pirate Jerky"
Properly stored beef jerky should not have worms.
there is about 9grams in each beef jerky stick!