I had a very similar problem with my 1996 Nissan truck. 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.
Clogged fuel filter.
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
have your transmission checked sometimes torque converter clutch isn t locking or unlocking properly