you could check out the fuel injectors to male sure they are not clogged or geta fuel injector cleaner, if that doesn't help then check the spark plugs and timing. also a bad catalytic converter might be to blame.
One reason a 1995 Honda Civic might sputter and cough while accelerating during normal driving is because of a bad coil. Another reason could be a bad fuel pump or fuel filter. Still another reason could be a bad oxygen sensor.
If a 1989 Suburban hesitates when accelerating from 45 miles per hour, the carburetor might need cleaned. A clogging can cause surging and hesitation.
your car might be weak on accelerating because it isn't firing on all cylinders.
Since acceleration involves a change in velocity, and object might be accelerating even though its speed is constant.
An object that is accelerating may slow down, speed up, or change direction.
Plug might be cracked .And might be arching
dirty fuel line
A loss of power on a Toyota Celica GT while accelerating can be a number of things. The timing might be off. The coil pack might be allowing for a misfire. There might also be a bad Oxygen sensor or bad distributor.
i don't know, but it might be "accelerating"
A vibration while accelerating in a 1995 Ford Windstar might be caused by an unbalanced tire. Another cause for a vibration might be a broken motor mount. A broken tie rod might also make the car vibrate upon acceleration.
A 1990 Cutlass Ciera might hesitate and sputter when the gas pedal is depressed because of water in the fuel or because of damaged or dirty fuel injectors. You might also have an issue with the wiring or the distributor.
There are a number of reasons why a car would idle find but sputter when you accelerate. It could need a new spark plugs. You may also have to replace the filters. It might also be an issue with the air flow.
There could be several reasons why a car would sputter and shut off. The car might be out of gas, dead battery, bad starter, alternator problems or other issues. It is best to have it checked out by a licensed mechanic.
might have Ring damage.
SOUNDS LIKE THE WARE INDICATOR ON THE PADS CUTTING INTO THE ROTORS. CHANGE THE PADS, MIGHT BE A WHEEL BEARNG GOING BAD
It might sputter and sound like it is trying.
There could be several reasons your car is "hiccuping" when accelerating, but a common cause would be a misfire from a bad spark plug. It's also possible your fuel system might need to be cleaned or replaced, such as your fuel lines and filter.
Contour lines refer to the elevation of a line as it runs through a mapped area. For instance a 1,000ft. contour line might meander through an open field or wrap completely around a hill. On any map the "Contour Interval" is indicated somewhere as 25FT or 50ft. or 100ft. meaning that it will be this distance vertically between lines of the same altitude. In flat lands it may be a long distance between contour lines but on a steep slope they might be crowded close together.
The engine is choking. My '89 did it. Check the throttle body. It might need cleaned out.
Could be the timing, I have a 96 and a 95, when my 96 done that, i thought it was fuel filter or something of the sort, but it was that it had jumped time. Might be that your transmission is slipping... It happened with my '02 Galant. You would have to check for leaks, and may even replace the transmission fluid. spark plugs and wires may need to be changed, try that first You might need a new fuel filter, because the one you haave might be dirty
It can affect the way the engine idles, the pistons fire, or the acceleration behavior. If the engine is revved up it may cause misfiring, motor vibration or backfires. Accelerating might be hesitant, and engine shaking during engine idle might happen.
It might cause reaction in staining and cause accident
You should check your fuel filter. If it's clogged replace it if not then you might have a bad fuel pump. Have the fuel pump tested. There are lots of things that can cause this problem but its best to start with the easiest.