The dreaded 3800 RPM hesitation is cause 90% of the time by poor ground connections between the engine, the battery, and the car. Clean or replace all the under hood ground connections. If there is still a problem after that, look at cleaning the fuel injectors and (on a N/A) that your 5th/6th ports are operating correctly.
There are many things that could cause hesitation on acceleration in a vehicle. It could be the fuel pump, the gas pump, fuel pump relay, or an electrical problem.
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A couple of different things could cause hesitation in a 1999 Plymouth Breeze including bad spark plugs. There could also be an issue with the fuel filter.
Could be. But it might be an alternator problem instead of a batery problem. You need a good alternator to keep the bttery recharged. I wouldn't run out and buy a battery without getting the alternator checked.
There are many things that can cause a 2000 Blazer to have hesitation problems. Some causes could be bad plugs and wires, fuel filter, or the EGR valve.
Start by checking the EGR system.
check the vaccum lines, if not it, could be the trans or other
Intermittent hesitation in a car could be caused by many things. The fuel filter, the EFI, and spark plugs might be the cause. A loose wire can also cause this. Newer cars have many plugs and connectors that could have come loose.
Run a computer test to look for code issues. The problem could be anything from a clogged egr valve to a bad sensor, the codes may help to narrow it down.
It could be that you are not using high enough octane gas in it?
It could be that, or the fact that he might have a problem being around or with people.
Could be,Base timing should be 8 degrees BTDC, A large vacuum leak, Double check the operation of the accelerator pump, Carburetor may need rebuilding, Worn spark plugs, If it hesitates only when cold and goes away once warmed up, it may have a choke problem,
I had the same issue with my Pontiac Montana. One of the spark plug wires had cracked and water was causing the issues. I replaced the plug wires and the problem was solved.
the problem is that the brakes don't work.
Could be accelerator pump if carb.Could be a "sloppy" timing chainIt also may be a misfiring spark plug or two. This answer depends on the conditions of the hesitation. There are many possibilities. or it could be a vacuum line that may be sucking in air or your distributor may not be advancing upon accelerating causing the vehicle to fall on its face
Instead of asking the public what the problem could be, see your doctor.
I have the same problem . I was told that the torque converter clutch could be releasing due ta a bad signal, possibly from the throttle position sensor. I have the same problem . I was told that the torque converter clutch could be releasing due ta a bad signal, possibly from the throttle position sensor.
Poor performance, hesitation and rough idle could be signs of worn out spark plugs.
sounds more like transmission slipping diff slipping would cause loud grinding or howling noise
If u have a problem with your 360 it could make a ring all around it
could be a problem with your transmision, having trouble shifting
It could be the tps, brake light switch, or crank sensor.
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I have a 94 Chevy C1500 with a 5.7L or 350. It had the same problem and it was the distributor timing is off. It also needed spark plugs and spark plug wires. But that cant be the only problem. It could also be a vacuum leak or the EGR valve is sticking. Try the timing first.
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