Post by misfitmisty81 on Oct 19, 2013 19:18:30 GMT -6
I have a 95 aurora. And lately when I am driving it it starts to buck and backfire when I get to about 45-55 mph. It sat for about 3 years. And it has 143000 miles on it. I just had the shift solenoids changed in it. I was going to change the plugs and wires but I had it put on a machine and it said it was the map sensor. So I changed it by the car is still doing it. Can some please help me with this.
Post by wordwhackergbk on Oct 20, 2013 0:09:42 GMT -6
Anytime I've had a car bucking when accelerating, it usually came down to a problem with the torque converter not engaging properly. Pay attention to the RPM when it occurs; I bet it always happens for you at the same RPM. That's my two cent's worth, Greg
The front transmission is shot and will cause a heavy jerk feeling when the TC is in full lock and you are going up and down hills. Anything more severe can be an engine lug, which can be a engine problem. Check the fuel pressure and replace the fuel filter most definitely. Old fuel and lots of dirt can be causing low pressure
April/May '11 Featured 1999 'Rora Kodiac white, non autobahn, mostly stock, tint, Bose and chrome wheels added, 6000K HIDs, 161K miles 2003 4.0 Purple Drizzle metallic Bose, heated seatsRIP Jan13 '95 Purple Drizzle (current)
Most likely an engine miss.....I see 10 engine misses for every transmission problem.
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