Yes, When I take my foot of the gas to coast - the revolutions drop rapidly from 3000rpms to 1000rpms - particularly on steep downhills and I feel a jerk - it was not always as noticeable as it is now. I have owned the car for almost three years.
On flat stretches of road, it jerks a bit and the tach needle jumps when I take my foot off the gas to coast. It is very noticeable in bumper to bumper traffic when I am constantly transitioning from coast to idle, to accelerating at low speeds. If I drive at low speeds - residential areas with lots of stopping and starting - the transitions are also noticeable.
If I dirve on the highway at speeds of 45 and up, the car seems fine.
The symptom seems to be related to coasting at low speeds and idling. I hope it’s not the transmission - but want to make sure I address whatever is causing it.
Thank you for your interest.
Please tell me you aren’t going to start a new thread each time you reply to Transman. If I was Transman, I would ignore you just for being obnoxious.
This is the 4th copy and paste post in 5 days…enough already…just drive it until the tranny blows up then you can get it fixed…problem solved.
Some people, like Transman, have jobs. Portia911, if you can’t want 48 hours for a reply, this isn’t the place to come for help.