Q: Jerking reaction 2004 Hyundai

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When iam driving the car with 60kmph suddenly gets jerks not continuously. if i drive in city no jerks but when i drive on High Way facing this issue. Shown to mechanic he replaced spark plug cables but the problem still exist

My car has 16 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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