On my way home from work yesterday I split a radiator hose. I pulled over in a HUGE cloud of steam and coolant. I was stopped in a awkward spot fo rlet it cool a little then drove it a few hundred yards to where I could pull over (carefaully watching the temp gauge). Anyway, RAC man came, patched hose and I got home ok, however all the way home the engine was acting really bad, jumpy like it was misfiring. I checked the engine bay when i got home and obviously everything was dripping in water and coolant, battery, electrics, everything so i thought that was probably the cause and would be fine in the morning when it all dried out So today I drive it to the garage to get the hose replaced (or ordered, didn't have the part in stock until Monday) and the car is doing the same thing. It seems Ok once I get the revs up to say 2000, but when pulling away or changing gear it's jerky. Any ideas? Has the overheat broke something or do I just need to wait longer for it all to dry out?