Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 20:45:37 GMT
From: "James Sweet" <jamessweetnospamail.com>
Subject: Re: irreproducible bucking


"Tom Reingold" <trn07040-nospamnospamast.net> wrote in message news:32rd2uF3q1jpfU1nospamvidual.net... > Sheldon Rabin wrote: > > Ignition or fuel feed. Check for spark plug or HV transformer failure, Check > > the ignition casset, wiring and connections to it. > > same for fuel pumps; check for intermittant wiring and worn points. > > > I'm beginning to think it's the clutch. It happens more often after I > have accelerated very hard from a standstill. I know these aren't good > for the car, and I don't do it often. And the clutch (or whatever) feels > and SOUNDS different when the problem occurs. If I clutch really slowly, > I don't get the bucking, but maybe that's because I am pushing the > accelerator very lightly, too. > > Could it be the clutch? Remember, this is an intermittent problem. > > Thanks again. > > Tom Reingold > Noo Joizy > > Could be oil occasionally dripping onto the clutch I suppose, though I'm not sure where from. It's hard to say without driving it though. > > > > > > > >

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