you may need a tune up, or check your timing, or make sure your pickup tube in your fuel tank is not bent or clogged. There are many things that could cause your vehicle to behave in this manner, but start with checking tune up parts (plugs, wires, cap, rotor, engine sensors, etc) this will cost nothing unless you find a faulty part. Do you mean jerking like the transmission is pushing and pulling? This happens on my 89 Caprice and only after I'm speeding down the freeway. I'm guessing it is just a stupid transmission and just ignore it. IT COULD BE YOUR EGR VALVE OR A VACCUME LEAK I had the same problem and got all kinds of advice, but ignored the spark plug wires when doing the tune up! It really mattered. I ended up getting lifetime wires but not sure when to cash in, probably a year and 1/2. I think they ran some of these wires much too close to the engine and the wires seem thinner these days. Another common problem on this model seems to be the check engine light 22, for throttle position sensor. After changing it twice I noticed grease builds up at the bottom, preventing the TPS from returning 100% and causing lunges at traffice lights. Now if the light comes on, I just wipe the TPC clean with coffee filter and Q tip. The light will stay off for about 6-9 months per cleaning. Do these 2 fixes and I would bet the EGR is not involved, although I have heard of them needing to be changes. All the right advice is here, of course look and listen for vacuum leaks and do a full tune up. These engines can take a ton of abuse and come back. My engine is almost silent at lights and I can hear new cars clicking and clacking away.
As you approach the deceleration lane
If you are alone in heavy expressway traffic at rush hour, use the _______ to avoid vehicles constantly entering and exiting in your path.
1/2 a mile.
On February 26, 2010, Jun Seba was involved in a traffic accident upon exiting theShuto Expressway late at night. He died at a hospital in Shibuya Ward after failed efforts to revive him
Spinal nerves exiting the spinal canal between L4 and S4 collectively make up the sacral plexus.
I THINK they were Jews, or Israelites.
ExcitantI say exiting in french sortant or quitter.
It was closing time so everyone was exiting the building.
It can be an adjective OR a noun, OR a verb form. The word exiting is the present participle of the verb to exit, and can be a gerund (noun) as in "Exiting the building was the best option." It can be an adjective as in "The exiting voters were polled by the party workers."
No. Exiting is a verb form. The similarly spelled word exciting is an adjective.
Exiting = sortir If you mean exciting: excitant (but it can be meant in a sexual way)
In Kentucky, the vehicle on the main roadway has the right-of-way, regardless of direction. The person exiting the parking lot, must yield to traffic!