if the motor mount is bad will it cause the car to jerk lack hesitation

washington0853
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Asked by washington0853 Apr 16, 2013 at 05:20 PM about the 2005 Chrysler Sebring Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car jerks when driving

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Nickscarpa
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yes

judge_roy
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used to be a big deal with the mechanical connection...nowadays doesn't quite do this anymore like it used to...suspect a bad TPS (throttle position sensor)~ if in doubt take a floorjack and jack up the motor, if the mounts separate, replace them~

tenspeed
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The car is a front wheel drive. You might feel the engine thud as it moves in the mounts. It's easy to check the mounts. Open the hood, push the brake and move the gear shift from "Drive" to "Reverse" and back. If the mounts are loose, you can see the engine shift around.

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