Engine surge in a 2004 Kia Sedona is often caused by a clogged fuel filter or dirty injectors. When insufficient fuel reaches the engine, it will exhibit these symptoms.
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Mass Air Flow MAF sensor could be your, problem check that!
probably the governor going bad
Take a look at to oxygen sensor. A dead sensor can cause your engine to surge and miss. If you live in the north were the fuel is oxygenated it happens more often. Something about O2 sensors being killed by oxygenated fuel.
No. It's the other way around: a hurricane causes a storm surge.
Check your vacuum lines this usually the cause for a surge in engine speed when idling or running.
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You probably have a dirty carburetor causing that surge.
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Low pressure also contributes to the storm surge.
Storm surge occurs when the wind of a hurricane or similar storm drives ocean water onto land.
The defrost function uses the A/C system to help draw humidity from the car. The air conditioning system draws its power from the engine. If it overdraws because it is low on refrigerant or other A/C problems it causes the engine to surge to compensate for the required power. Have your A/C serviced or disconnect your A/C from your car.
Usually a dirty carb ,but an inproperly adjusted carb can do it also . ******* it can also be the govenor setting in engine they are usually an oil bath govenor check your oil and if no luck you will have to adjust your govenor linkage*******
the engine to stall and surge at idle
the surge the engine does when you first start it up is normal, the engine is built to do that to assist with warming up the system it should lower after 30secs or so.
Clean the MAF sensor with CRC MAF cleaner, do not touch the sensor wires, you'll damage the unit and freah is ~ $175.00
A failing throttle position sensor is a common cause for idle speed fluctuations on a Jeep 4.7L.
my sparkplugs are gaped to wide can that cause my car to surge and poor starting
possible power booster diaphragm leak therefore engine receives atmospheric pressure into the vaccum which is more than engine wants you get more air and less fuel causing a surge