most common reason your car would jerk while on the brakes is that you have warped your rotors. your rotors are what the brake pads grab onto to stop your vehicle. they are made of steel, usually mid-grade, or in some cases low-grade steel. as the rotors heat up and are cooled rapidly they can become out of round. or if the rotors are starting to wear thin, they cannot dissipate heat as efficently as they should, they can warp at this time too. If you have warped rotors, they reak havok on your brake pads. you will have to replace all warped rotors and brake pads as a set.
all cars with abs breaks do this!! but if you feel it in the pedal then you have bad front rotors!!
STICKING BRAKE CALIPER
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One wheel of the brakes may be "grabbing" because of cracked brake linings or broken hardware. Have the brakes safety inspected soon!
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.
if the car jerks when the brakes are applied it is likely that the brake rotors are warped
You are a jerk don't just say i love you and then break up with me
The tendon jerk reflex is when a doctor taps just below your knee and makes your leg jerk.
1. Put the engine in a lower gear and leave the clutch slowly. Vehicle will stop with a jerk. 2. Use parking brakes
I've got a better question, why is this question in the Chevy venture forum ?
The vehicle will pull to the side with the blown tire. If you do not panic and just let off the gas and slowly apply the brakes you will not have an accident. If you jerk the wheel or slam on the brakes you will loose control.
Check the transmission for any problems/sticking parts.
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It means he is an immature insecure jerk.
It means he's a jerk and should be avoided.
it would go slower and it might jerk
Throwout bearings are permanently lubricated and as such do not have a grease fitting. If the bearing grinds when you press the clutch your throwout bearing is trashed. Since it only makes noise when your clutch is rattling around, it's just an annoyance. If it gets to the point where it makes noise when you press the clutch you need a clutch job.
Posssibly the idle is too high. TAke the idle solonoid off of the throtle body and clean it.
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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Yes, because a jerk is a jerk, they would be likely to like another jerk!