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jerky acceleration problem

hi im new to the forum so im not sure how this works.. anyways here is my problem.. Every morning I turn on my car and warm it up for about then 10 mins before I take off. As im slowly accelerating my car begins to jerk back and forth for about a couple of minutes. I have no idea what it could be!! Ive looked through a couple of similar postings but they dont quite seem like my problem. I have a fairly new cap and rotor... iridium ngks.. ngk spark plug wires.. always use 93 octane fuel.. have been using the lucas fuel injector cleaner for some time now... a new o2 censor the second one after the cat.. Im only mentioning all that because those were some of the things others have reccomended or talked about in the postings i went through. Any info would be helpful...
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Sounds pretty intense. Check trans fluid if auto?
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nope definitely not the trans fluid because i changed it a couple of months ago.. my trans is bad though lol its not violent jerking if thats what im making it sound like but very very noticeable
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Re: jerky acceleration problem

sounds like the trans also you might want to check your tcu
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Not constantly using oil/fuel cleaner couldn't hurt...
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its the distributor.

sounds like the rotor is slipping around the shaft. It happened to me and I was able to fix it before I got stranded. Just pull off the dizzy cap and see if the rotor moves freely or is pretty solid. If you can pull it off with your fingers then it is too loose.
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Just trying to get more info here because I get this too. Do you have an SH model?
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coiuld be a going out egr valve
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^x2
but u should deff figure also ur tranny
cuz its an auto it may be dyin out on u
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Clutch and flywheel? Random guess. lolol
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Is it throwing a code? I'm leaning towards dizzy because I have the same problem although it's not as violent as yours. I think my pick-up coil is going bad.
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Re: jerky acceleration problem

first off, what mods do you have done??
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fuel filter. no1 has mentioned it but depending on how many miles it could need replacing even if u are using injector cleaner. i had a similar problem with my old accord and it ended up being fuel filter its pretty cheap and not to hard to do just takes time.
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where is the fuel filter located exactly?
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no it doesnt have the check engine light on and i changed the cap and rotor i would say about 4 months ago
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its not auto its stick... ok i definetly dont know how to use this whole thread thing im trying to reply to each individual post but it just shows them all at the bottom :/
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base model and whats the egr model... i know im asking dumb questions but im really trying to get to the bottom of my problem lol
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where is the fuel filter located exactly?
IIRC its on the firewall (standing in front of the car) to the left of the throttle body. should see a black canister with one line going in the bottom and one line coming out the top. *repair manual would be a good friend of yours
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no it doesnt have the check engine light on and i changed the cap and rotor i would say about 4 months ago
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its not auto its stick... ok i definetly dont know how to use this whole thread thing im trying to reply to each individual post but it just shows them all at the bottom :/
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base model and whats the egr model... i know im asking dumb questions but im really trying to get to the bottom of my problem lol
all three of the last ones couldve bee added to the first of the four.. kinda frowned upon double,triple, or quadruple posting..


but hey try this and let me know if it goes away. when it starts jerking around like that, stop really quick, turn off the car and back on real quick. then keep goin. if it stops, its you ERG valve. or atleast most likely is
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wrong again rebel. if its his egr valve, he would throw the code p0401, he has no codes. also, the fuel filter is on the driver side by the oil filter, not even close to the throttle body.

OP, do you have any vacuum leaks? pulled any vac lines? messed with anything coolant related to get air in your lines?

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wrong again rebel. if its his egr valve, he would throw the code p0401, he has no codes. also, the fuel filter is on the driver side by the oil filter, not even close to the throttle body.

OP, do you have any vacuum leaks? pulled any vac lines? messed with anything coolant related to get air in your lines?
wow guy, are you gonna just follow me around the forum and nitpick me? i mean really, how childish.

none the less its worth a shot to try it. only reason i said to try it, is cuz it sound like what my car did when i deleted my egr before i converted to obd1.

and my bad on the fuel filter, been awhile since i've messed with that.
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im not following you anywhere, you are on a public forum, remember? you are giving out bad info, and im correcting you so the op doesnt have to try 8 billion things because you are guessing what could be wrong. i could care less if its you or someone else, if you give out bad info, im going to correct you. how would turning your car on and off solve a problem anyway? thats just stupid.

many things could cause the car to jerk like that, a vac leak is the first thing to pop in my head. air in the coolant could cause it as well. he listed what he has and hasnt done so those 2 things stick out to me.

it could be related to the egr IF there is a vac leak in the emissions system somewhere.

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im not following you anywhere, you are on a public forum, remember? you are giving out bad info, and im correcting you so the op doesnt have to try 8 billion things because you are guessing what could be wrong. i could care less if its you or someone else, if you give out bad info, im going to correct you. how would turning your car on and off solve a problem anyway? thats just stupid.
nope, becuase for my car anyways. it was doing that when the stock would try and open(for lack of better wording) the now deleted egr valve. so turning it off and back on would reset the ecu real quick. so it wouldnt be trying to use the egr. i mean that all went away once i went obd1.. but in his case i was thinking maybe straight up pluged egr valve or something

mine used to do it once it was warmed up, and if it sat(for me at like lights sometimes). sound kinda familiar and why i would bring it up?
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turning a car off real quick wont reset the ecu.

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turning a car off real quick wont reset the ecu.

a clogged egr valve will throw p0401 as the code.
... umm you turn the power completely off/on and yes it will reset it enough, to where the egr will no longer be in use when you start is again, otherwise yes i realize it doesnt reset the ecu completely.

and i know NORMALLY it would/should throw that code. but its worth a try,
if youve spent much time around cars you know that they dont always go with the norm.

come on, i mean really. do you have to argue with everything
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im not argueing. you are. im pointing out the bs that you are saying. oh, im 32 years old and have been working on hondas since i was 15. pretty sure i know my way around them, and no, its not, it usually IS the norm. i pointed out things he needs to check. if he even has a crossed vac line it could cause his car to flat out fall on its face. im not here to argue, im here to help, you seem to want to be mr.badass and try to throw around things that you think are right, but when someone calls you on it, you turn into a 12 year old and get defensive and start to call names. whos childish? look at all my posts towards you, i might have called you whats his nuts, but i was NEVER insulting. do me a favor, if you dont know what could be causing an issue, dont try to help, you are just making it worse. look what you did to the vac/coolant thread yesterday... i have no beef with you, i just dont think people should try to help others when they really have no clue to whats going on.
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Re: jerky acceleration problem

whatever guy, i dont need your life story.

none the less, fili1972. its worth a shot. i mean if im worng, then what? you'll still have them same problem.. not gonna hurt anything at all
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Re: jerky acceleration problem

turning your car on and off wont do squat. plain and simple...
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