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In that case try to check, if you don't have commas instead of dots in numbers, or if the acceleration is not too high.
But I'm still convinced it is one of the reasons above. Too low voltage can result in unpredictable movement when motor is under load. Bad contact can also make the motor go crazy. It do not have to be in motor pins abut somewhere in wiring on in the motor it self.