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If the problem is only happens when you take off then I would think it is clutch related; Oil on a clutch will cause it to grab,chatter etc. Also, if the clutch has a lot of miles on it, it may be just worn out.If this jerking happens as you drive the vehicle during acceleration , then your vehicle has some tune-up issues such as spark plugs, spark plug wires, cap,rotor.

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Q: Your car jerks and sputters when im letting off the clutch even when you let out slowly Can someone help?
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