CAR SOMETIMES JERKES AFTER SHIFTS OR TAKING OFF

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  1. dirtyred11

    dirtyred11 Active Member

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    Ok quick question guys just want you guys opinion on an issue, ok when shifting through the gears it sort of jerks after I put it in gear. It isn't as bad when it's cold but does it more when it warms up. What do you guys think about this? Thanks for all the help in advance guys....
     
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    Auto or manual?
     
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    Sorry about that man forgot to put those details in, I have a 2000 Mustang Gt its a 5 speed manual t-45 I think.
     
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    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member Admin SN95 Supporter

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    LOL I saw the title and thought WTF are you doing at work after your shift is over...TMI :)

    Then I noticed the section it was in.
     
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    lol glad you cleared that up man.... wow
     
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    LOL I had to read the title twice and think before opening the thread
     
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    Well maybe I should change up the title a lil bit, lol but do you guys have any thoughts on the problem???
     
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    moved to drivetrain tech area to get you more hits.
     
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    Have you tried releasing the clutch more slowly/smoothly?
     
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    thanks man
     
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    yes I have tried this and it is more successful when the car is cold but less effective after it warms up
     
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    LOL nah man don't mind me. I always find things funny haha