I had a very similar problem with my 1996truck. New plugs, wires, distributor and rotor only partly solved the problem. Then I replaced the O2 sensor and the probelm disappeared completely. Had 130K miles on the truck when replaced and the O2 sensor was shot.
Could be as simple as a tune up.
My 2004 SRX V8 would jerk and sort of "hang up" when accelerating from a stop. It is an AWD. The dealership had to rebuild my transfer case. No more problems since.
2 rpms? Your automobile engine probably runs around 2000 rpms. At 2 rpms the engine would stall and stop. However, many automatic transmissions jerk a little bit as they shift gears. I suspect this is what is happening to your Pathfinder.
Is it automatic?? If so they are a CVT box, and do jerk, its pretty normal.
Replace the fuel filter.
Sounds like a fuel pump.
If the automatic transmission car jerks when accelerating and the dash does not indicate a gear, there is a problem with the transmission. Check the shift solenoid.
Yes, because a jerk is a jerk, they would be likely to like another jerk!
what year and do you have a 4l60e trans if so the trans might be going but firs check the u joints check all them the 4l60e is natoris for having the trans go
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".
have your transmission checked sometimes torque converter clutch isn t locking or unlocking properly
It is because the car is accelerating from zero miles per hour to a faster speed so you feel pushed backwards.
Try a basic tune up. New spark plugs, wires, cap and rotor. When the vehicle is in first gear and you are accelerating, that is when the most load is on the engine. It sounds as though under a load, you are losing your spark because it is arcing out where it should not be.
a small evap leak would not cause your car to jerk.
It would depend on how you are using it. If you mean 'jerk' as in 'pull', then 'tug', 'yank', 'wrench' or 'jolt' may fit the bill. If you mean 'jerk' as slang to degrade a person, then 'scoundrel', 'villain', 'blackguard', 'bounder', or 'cad' could fit the bill. If you mean 'jerk' as in 'jerk off', then the word would be 'masturbate'.
Sounds like a broken or loose suspension component on your driving wheels. This could be deadly. Better take it in to a professional -------- now.
Do you have the 5 speed manual version or the automatic? If it is the manual version then its just because you are letting out of the clutch too fast
With a fuel pump problem, the car may seem to shudder or make jerking movements while accelerating. This is commonly misdiagnosed as a dirty fuel filter or "bad" gas in the tank. What's really happening is that the fuel pump is wearing out and at high speeds is unable to provide steady fuel pressure to the engine, causing it to misfire.
Passing or drop down gear slow in reacting maybe
would an automatic transmission car jerk when shifting after having had a transmission flush
To answer your question, I will use an analogy, as this would be the simplest way I can think of. velocity is to acceleration as acceleration is to jerk as jerk is to snap.
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jerk means someone who is mean.Someone that is mean and or worse than a mean persons. ==Additional answer== Jerk can be basically either of 2 definitions. You can jerk something, which would to pull suddenly or sharply. You could be called a jerk and this would generally be in the line of calling someone an idiot.A jerk can be defined as "an inconsiderate person" or, "somebody who is regarded as behaving foolishly." It is considered an offensive term."Jerk" is most commonly used to label a disrespectful, somewhat cruel, or otherwise "mean" individual."Jerk" can also be applied as, "don't be a jerk," or "Jason is being a huge jerk." In this case, it refers to the subject's negative behavior towards another party in that instance, and not necessarily to the subject's general behavior the majority of the time.
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