This could be the cause if an improper alignment if it happens under normal straight line driving. If the jerk is more prevalent when going on bumpy roads, it may be a sign of bad shocks or springs. If the jerk is occurring during braking situations, the problem may be related to the bearings being worn or warped discs/drums in the braking system.
The AC compressor puts quite a load on the engine, especially one with less cylinders. It puts a load on the engine, causing it to jerk back and forth.
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a small evap leak would not cause your car to jerk.
would an automatic transmission car jerk when shifting after having had a transmission flush
Because they can get annoyed by them. or they are trying not to be an jerk by trying too hard which makes them a jerk.
Noun: The jerk of the car sent the groceries everywhere. Verb: That door sticks, you have to jerk it open.
Do you mean JERK?
you may not be at a high enough rpm
Something to do with the transmission. Probably slipping It's the force of momentum being exerted on the car, the chassis of the car doesn't quite "catch up" with the engine itself without a transfer of momentum, or "jerk".
The car is attempting to find the next gear, stopping the car while finding it, and then moving on.
There are several problems that could cause your car to jerk when slowing down. The most common cause would be a transmission problem.
What kind of car is is? When it jerk while shutting off, do you turn the key off and it sits there chugging for a second before stopping?
It jerks because the gas tank is on the left side. When the tank isn't tightly screwed on it may hit the inside parts of the car causing it to jerk.
Your A/C compressor is shot. It's internal computer (or that of your car) is malfunctioning. The "jerk" is when your "A/C" kicks in...an A/C compressor takes much of your cars usable power. As it turns on and off you will get the hiss and jerk. (the hiss comes from the overworked compressor lines cooling)
One of the possible causes of a Pontiac Bonneville to jerk during acceleration is that the car needs a tune up. The engine misfiring can lead it to jerk as you accelerate.
The tendon jerk reflex is when a doctor taps just below your knee and makes your leg jerk.
your car must be stuck in a low gear and not able to switch out
The back, so it does not jerk forward and hit you.
No... sounds like an electrical problem.
What causes a car to jerk while driving can be based on many factors. A car can sputter due to engine compression issues, bad transmission, engine misfire, bad spark plugs or even low fuel.