Originally Posted by randman1
Is the stumbling a result of turning or slowing to a stop?
I can't answer for the both of us, but if we're having the same issue, turning no, slowing to a stop yes. Idle will be completely perfect - you don't even feel it and it'll be silent.
Hit the gas, revs go up typically, but before they hit the sub-2000 rpm stall-speed mark or whatever, chugchugchugputt, give it more gas and it get better, and then you slingshot out of the hole because your foot'* down and the hesitation stops. Fuel pressure may be to blame.
also, more recently, when the car'* been hot and on a longer non-highway drive, it'll act really funny. There'* a shudder/refusal to kick down on heavier throttle. Engine shakes and shimmys (you really feel it with bad engine mounts) does a silly dance like it'* bouncing off a 3000rpm rev limiter as seen on tach.