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This was posted before but I can't find it. When I am driving around 2500-300 rpm's (like in traffic or in town or something like that) I get this tug feel, more noticable to my passenger than me, its like the car is pulling forward and back....Amyone have this, anyone know what it is, anyone fix it?
 

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Mine does it too and I just picked it up new two weeks ago, it is very slight but you can feel it kind of like a pulsing. I hope they can fix it since it is anoying. My car was built in April, I expect that they have not come out with a fix yet......Steve
 

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Sounds like "surging". I get it at 2000-3000 RPM on occasion, only while trying to hold a steady speed.

I am usually accelerating or stopping so I don't notice it much anymore.
 

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Yes the infamous surge....so what else is new?

 

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yeah...it is posted at least once a week here. Same [censored], different day. The dealer has some BS mechanical reason why it happens. Something switching at that RPM and I verified they understood about the switching runners at a higher RPM. So whatever. I sure hope the ecu program will work.
 

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This car would be great for Senior Citizens.

It is like having a built-in rocking chair.
 

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While I'm no expert, I am going to say that part of the "surging" problem is the (rear) transmission mount. The mount is obviously too soft - which allows too much movement, or play when under acceleration and deceleration. Kind of like in traffic at slow speeds, in first gear.
This is only occurring (noticably) in those conditions, right?
 
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