We inquired about our 2012 Ford Fusion SEL 3.0 6 Cylinder running jerky at lower speeds, the garage programmed the TCM to the latest calibration and said we needed to drive It for a few days to adjust the computer to our style of driving it has not stopped. any suggestions. We purchased the car 10 days ago and are thinking About trading it back in...we really love the car except for the problem.FTH

Asked by Jun 05, 2014 at 06:44 PM about the 2012 Ford Fusion SEL

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I can only recommend talking to the service manager or even the regional manager and have them inspect the car again. It might be another issue. If no resolution can be found, maybe a trip to your local mechanic to see if they can find something. Jerking is not normal and could be a misfire. If after you exhausted all your resources, trading it in would be the last thing to do.

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