I want to thank everyone for their help. I've owned my '00 V6 GXL automatic for 2 yrs w/87k and did very little maintance except for the regular oil change. I decided to keep my baby for a few more yrs and spend for some maintance. This summer, I've change brake pads, flush brake fluid, flush steering fluid, new tires, new tire rods, replace vac hose, change valve cover gasket, air filter. I still need to change timing belt, new coolant, drop the transmission pan, fuel filter, and shocks. Without your help, much maintance would have been ignored.
I've had this situation for quite some time now, the cars jerks a bit forward right before a full stop.
I would have my foot on the brakes, and right before a full stop, the car will jerk forward just a bit. Nothing that would snap the heads of my passengers, but something that only the driver would feel. It feels almost like I release my brakes and re-apply them. I did notice that the rpm do go higher at the same time. In theory, shouldnt the rpm just go down and stay down to idle speed with the absence of acceleration or engine braking?
Do you think this is a brake issue, transmission issue, ABS issue, fuel issue or just normal for '00 auto V6 owners.