Why my car jerk?

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Asked by Jun 24, 2016 at 02:53 AM about the 2005 Ford Taurus SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I dont understand once in a while my car jerk. Plz
antone help me..... Why my car jerk so hard?

3 Answers

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Any number of things can cause this, water in fuel, spark plugs breaking down, unstable signal from cam and or crank sensors, bad ignition wires or boots. Water in the fuel around my area is the most common problem, especially in winter and early spring, a bottle of gas dryer is something you can try just too see if it settles down before spending money on a live data scan.

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I don't have no spark plugs. Can b Transmission b acting up?

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102,225

If it is a Taurus SEL you have spark plugs, unless someone dropped a Diesel engine in it.

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