Why does my truck jerk at highway speeds?
However, when accelerating to highway speeds you notice that the truck will intermitantly jerk. In addition when crusing at highway speeds it runs fine, but anytime you have to lightly accelerate up a hill or something it starts again. If you hammer it down, the truck smooths out.
What causes a transmission to jerk or hesitate?
Here are a few common reasons why your transmission may shift erratically, jerk or hesitate. Low fluid level. Depleted fluid frictional properties. Poor cold-temperature fluidity.
Are there any transmission problems with a 454SS?
As such, most of the 1991-1992 454SS trucks came with 4L80E transmissions that had faulty parts from the factory. Most of the problems are electronic in nature and are relatively easy, but expensive, to fix. This article deals with fixing your factory 4L80E to make it as durable and reliable as it should have come from the factory.
What kind of acceleration does a GMC Sierra have?
Alright I’m going to do the best I can to try and describe what is going on. I have a 2005 GMC Sierra with the 5.3L H.O. 139K. The truck starts and idles without an issue. Durring light acceleration and at low speeds (city driving 35 mph or so) the truck seeems to run fine.
What was the compression ratio of a 1995 Chevy 350?
Low Compression The low-compression version of the 1995 Chevrolet 350 was used in four vehicles: Suburban, G30 van, C/K3500 and C/K2500. It had a cylinder bore of 4 inches, a piston stroke of 3.48 inches and an 8.3:1 compression ratio. This engine produced 180 horsepower and 295 foot-pounds of torque.
Why does my Silverado Sierra jerk at high speeds?
If you hammer it down, the truck smooths out. It appears to only happen durring light acceleration and at higher speeds. The best I can do to explain the jerking is that it feels as if is missing or being starved for fuel and about to run out. There are no check engine lights on in the truck.
What kind of engine does a 1995 Chevy 350 have?
Since then, it has been used in many different styles of vehicles. The 1995 Chevy 350-cubic-inch engine come in three versions: low-compression, medium-compression and high-compression. The low-compression version of the 1995 Chevrolet 350 was used in four vehicles: Suburban, G30 van, C/K3500 and C/K2500.
What was the compression rating of a 1995 Chevy Tahoe?
Medium Compression. The medium-compression 1995 Chevy 350-cubic-inch engine saw use in only two vehicles: Tahoe and Suburban. This engine had the same 4-inch bore and 3.48-inch stroke as the low-compression model, but the compression rating was raised to 9.1:1. This 5.7-liter produced 200 horsepower and 310 foot-pounds of torque.