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Jan
28
comment Alternator, Battery, or Fluke?
@mikes I'm not sure if either of the mechanics we've taken it to now did. The two Autozone employees didn't mess with the connections at all. I'll ask the mechanic that has it now to see if they checked the connections.
Jan
28
comment Alternator, Battery, or Fluke?
The battery is 2.5 years old. The alternator was replaced 2 years ago.
Jan
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asked Alternator, Battery, or Fluke?
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revised 2004 Chevy Malibu jerks when deceleration is followed by acceleration between 25-40 mph
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comment 2004 Chevy Malibu jerks when deceleration is followed by acceleration between 25-40 mph
It did exist before the flush. I can't be certain but the flush may have improved the problem a little but it definitely still exists.
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comment 2004 Chevy Malibu jerks when deceleration is followed by acceleration between 25-40 mph
It is possible but I don't know for sure.
Jul
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comment 2004 Chevy Malibu jerks when deceleration is followed by acceleration between 25-40 mph
by cold do you mean when the car has sat for a long time (say over night) or do you mean physically cold? If you mean sat for a long time not running then possibly yes... I haven't been able to confirm that yet though this is something I've considered. If you meant physically cold I have no way of knowing that right now because it just started a couple of weeks ago and we've had warm weather the entire time.
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asked 2004 Chevy Malibu jerks when deceleration is followed by acceleration between 25-40 mph
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