i baught the car at 30k miles after an old ladie had it. got it for a sweet deal and thought i just made out with a great buy. by the first week my tpsm light was going off with 40 lbs of air in each tire. i drove it to college (700 miles) over 10 times. while over at college my car started jerking and pulling to find out i have to replace my intake. got it replaced for boo koo bucks and everything was good. about a day later the jerking started again. it would stall out at lights go low (300) rpm and jump to 6000 rpm. this would spin my tires and even fight my brakes causing me to have an accident with a 2011 lexus (not good) got it repaird and found that the wire connectors were loose.
check all your wiring. make sure things are fully pluged in. do not remove the plugs because the more you remove the plug the more chance of bending the pins inside making the connection worse just push them on and see if they move. do not put in reg. gass. since i have changed what type of gas i put in the car its idle much smother accelerated better and have not had a problem with the intake. take it easy on the car im a teen and beat the car good and pay the price for it. its a tuff car its flown through the air, screached around corners, drifted through snow and even hit a few off road trails. its held out great even made it further than some trucks. but i pay for the abuse in the garage
After fixing all your wiring connections, Have you ever faced the jerking problem again?
Where did you get the wiring fixed; A Suzuki Dealer or a Local Mechanic?
How many miles does your car have?
Looking forward to your reply.
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