Sounds to me like you have dirty fuel injectors or you have a clogged fuel filter. Try some fuel injection cleaner and replace the fuel filter. It's under the rear passenger side of the car. I have the same car. Good luck!Answer
In addition to the good answer above, the transmission may be slipping. First check your transmission's fluid level and quality (run the engine for about 15 minutes to get the Transmission Fluid hot, then while the engine is running, check the transmission fluid dipstick--don't check the fluid while the engine is off or cold, since you won't get the proper reading). Wipe some of the dipstick's fluid onto a white paper towel or rag to check its color. If your transmission fluid level is low, check for causes of leakage (usually a bad gasket on the transmission pan and/or the transmission side cover) and get this fixed. In the meantime, top off the transmission fluid to give you some protection against outright transmission failure caused by low fluid. If the fluid's color isn't good (a nice translucent red, instead of dark), drain and replace the transmission fluid, and see if that helps. If it doesn't help entirely, put a bottle of transmission fluid enhancer into the transmission, like Lubegard red or Lucas Transmission Fix. It's cheaper than a transmission rebuild, and temporarily fixed my 1994 Taurus's transmission slipping (ran fine for a year, and now it's back to slipping). Don't use a fluid that contains Teflon, since that can clog some of the tiny channels in a transmission, and its filter.
You must run the OBD codes to find out for sure, but sounds like a faulty ignition module or a plugged fuel filter
A bad o2 sensor can cause this problem in a car. A bad fuel pump, fuel filter or fuel line will also cause hesitation during acceleration.
Bad ignition coil will cause engine to sputter and hesitate on acceleration.
Start at the fuel filter. It may be clogged.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
Replace the spark plugs and wires. Replace the fuel filter.
It could be as simple as a stopped up fuel filter.
Could be, time for a tune up.
Dirty fuel injectors or spark plugs
intermittent starting problems on ford taurus. sometimes starts within 3-4 revolutions, other times will crank over without starting.
During acceleration? I'm not sure. But when both idling and acceleration the engine's combustion can cause a lot of vibration in the steering wheel if you are in an older vehicle.
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Oldsmobile to hesitate. Dirty fuel injectors are the most common cause.
Bucking during acceleration can be caused by a low fuel level. When the car is running on fumes, it is not getting a constant supply of gas which will cause it to stop and go.
where is a transmission sensor that may cause an 02 ford ranger 4.0 liter to feel as though it may be skipping during acceleration?
A bad fuel line can cause a 98 Toyota Camry to stall during acceleration. This happens when the line can not get proper fuel to the engine.
Putting in bad fuel can cause theÊengine to buck during acceleration on a 1999 Dodge Durango. There could also be a problem with the fuel filter or dirty spark plugs.
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.
what will cause a Ford Taurus 1998 24 valve to overheat
BAD INJECTORS ON NEWER MODELS ????
Its your coil packs, they become defective after time, it causes a sputtering and loss of compression. Also check the intkae manifold. the throttle body control will regulate fuel to stop sputtering set idle for around 900rpms
A bad PCV can cause the engine to be pressurized internally, thus forcing oil out of important seals. This can cause a white/blue smoke from your tailpipe when the oil is then burned. A clogged PCV will also cause the engine to loop while idling, and possibly hesitate under acceleration.
Bad speed sensors can cause the car to hesitate when accelerating at speeds below 20 mph. The blockage of the air filters can also cause the car to hesitate when accelerating at speeds below 20 mph.
It means that more force will cause more acceleration. More specifically, they are directly related: twice the force will cause twice the acceleration.
Yes timing can delay your acceleration
A faulty fuel pump would cause your Navigator to hesitate when you accelerate. Bad gasoline could also be at fault.