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Old 22 Jun 2009, 11:16 am
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Default I have a 1995 Acura Integra LS, It jerks when I put it in drive.?

It jerks when I put it in drive, also the whole time it is running it vibrates vigorously, any Ideas on why it does that, please help. (please no disrespectful bullshit answers, just tell me whats wrong so I can have it fixed.)
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 12:01 pm
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im no xpert but it may be loose or broken motor mounts, and check the transmission fluid level.
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 12:16 pm
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Typically your transmission will jerk a little bit when putting it from park into drive. It's kind of the nature of the beast, but I have found that it's more prevalent when in cold weather with older fluid. I change my transmission fluid frequently and it does help with the jerkiness. As for the vibration, it's probably a loose/worn motor mount. Mine vibrates, but only at very specific RPMs so I haven't bothered to replace it. Good luck!
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 12:31 pm
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I respectively suggest you get the transmission fully serviced."IE"new oil,new filter & bands tightened as required,as for the vibration,get the engine mounts checked & replaced as required.Just a guess this but i think the gearbox mount,may have gone the way of the DODO,no longer there.Which is indicated by the jerk when you shift into drive,also your idle revs could be to high.Should be no higher than 900-1000,cold no more than 600 hot.IF its outside of these parameters,spend some money on it & replace the mounting rubbers,replace the spark plugs & leads & back-flush the cooling system!!BE surprised what a bit of TLC can do. Jolly good luck,stay well & happy.
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 12:46 pm
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Your engine mount(s) need replacing.
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 01:01 pm
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Could be a lot of things right down to spark plugs, plug wires, etc.Take it to a competent mechanic that can check it out.Yahoo answers cannot do that.
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Old 22 Jun 2009, 01:16 pm
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change ur steering fluid. and have a dealership look at it
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