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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-22-2010 Thread Starter
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My 2000 Mustang GT jerking lightly.

Hello, im new to the forums, I have a 2000 GT completely stock, and just the other day i was having idle problems so i istalled a brand new iac valve and i cleaned the maf sensor. it ran clean for a couple of days then today as i was heading to work it started jerking lightly. I am completely lost as to what might be causing this so any info. would help thanks guys. :?:

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Every time my car jerked under acceleration it was always a coil pack going out. Id replace 1 and then it would do it again. It was another coil going out. Sometimes it would throw a check engine lite and then sometimes it wouldnt. I lost 4 coils in a month. So I decided to replace all of them. Ford said they are only good for about 100,000 miles. Hope that helps.

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Did you check your pcv valve?
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-23-2010 Thread Starter
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havent checked either of them but i will buy me a set of coils and might as well replace the pcv valve while im at it. hopefully that solves the problem if not youl be seeing another thread from me lol thanks guys.
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