No,most likely your evaporator / filter is dirty or your system is low on freon.
ONe possibility is the input air filter is clogged. Insufficient incoming airflow can cause freeze-ups.
It sure will. When you suspect a clogged filter, replace it.
Yes, a clogged fuel filter can cause hard starting, stalling, and complete loss of fuel supply. A partially clogged fuel filter can also cause the pump to overheat and fail. If you suspect it is clogged, replace it.
Yes, if it is clogged.
A clogged fuel filter can actually cause a fuel pump to fail. This is a much more expensive repair than a filter.
If its clogged
Yes, if it's clogged up.
Sure, a completely clogged filter can stop the flow of fuel.
The fuel filter will get clogged and the engine will either run poorly or not at all. This can also cause the fuel pump to overheat and self destruct. Replace the fuel filter if you suspect it is clogged.
It will cause those and eventually will shut down your engine until the filter is changed or cleaned.
Yes, that is possible. Change the filter and fluid and see if that solves the problem.
It is possible. Replace the filter and see if the symptoms disappear.
No. Oil circulation has nothing to do with acceleration. A fuel filter change on the other hand may help. Things that cause poor acceleration include clogged fuel filter, clogged air filter, need of a tune up, some electrical problems or a clogged catilytic convertor.
Your 1987 Honda CRX might die at stops and have a low idle because of clogged fuel injectors or a clogged fuel filter. Sometimes a clogged air filter will also cause these problems.
There are numerous issues that can cause a lack of power during acceleration. Common causes include a clogged fuel filter, a clogged air filter, and dirty fuel injectors.
Hard starting and engine stalling. Eventually the filter will become completely clogged and the engine will not start.
If the fuel filter is clogged, it will act like it is running out of fuel. It can also cause the fuel pump to fail. The clogged filter will overheat the pump and destroy it.
Can be any of the following that cause this problem. clogged Fuel Filter, dirty Air Filter, clogged/damaged Exhaust, O2 sensor, Coil going bad.
A filter with high resistance to air flow, as in high efficency types, may cause the coil to freeze. This is dependant on the system air flow. A more restrictive filter will reduce the airflow and MAY cause the airflow to be insufficent and cause the coil to freeze. Note: coil freeze ups will cause compressor damage. An expensive repair. A knowlegeable service technician can check your system air flow and determin if a high efficency type will be an issue or not.
Bad fuel filter or clogged fuel injectors
Yes. When you suspect it is clogged, replace it.
Hard starting, stalling, and eventually it will burn your fuel pump out.