What Cause My Car to Jerk While Driving?

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Your car could jerk while driving due to the alignment of the tires. The tires could also be improperly rotated or low in tire pressure.
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A damaged tire will cause a car to pull or jerk to a side when driving at medium speeds. A tire damaged by a piece of metal or glass will cause the car to run out of alignment. The
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It could be several things but if it is a constant jerking (repeating) and more noticeable a lower speeds < maybe even pulling to one side ,where you have to hold the wheel a little
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Could be a bunch of things. sounds like a fuel problem so lets focus there: 1) Gas Filter is clogged (this would generally happen more going uphill or when you accelerate) 2) Carb
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