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.
Sounds like a fuel delivery problem, either a plugged up fuel filter or incorrect fuel pressure.
Weak fuel pump? Bad fuel/air filter? Water in fuel?
dirty fuel filter
Check the fuel filter or the fuel pump.
The most common issue is a fuel filter. It could be a few other things, but the fuel filter is where I would start.
check fuel pressure while accelerating if it drops replace fuel filter. these filter are small and clog fast if there is more then 20k miles on filter its clogged. if pressure check for codes and go from there
Possibly bad fuel filter
Check the fuel filter and/or fuel pump.
it could be a bad fuel filter and fuel pump
Replace the fuel filter.
Check your fuel filter. When was the last time you also checked your air filter.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
A plugged up fuel filter.
Do you have a custom exhaust? Maybe your accelerating to fast. Also check or change the gasoline filter. Check your air filter.
Could be many things, but the most common are fouled spark plugs or a bad fuel filter.
If a car has a loud humming noise when accelerating, it could be that the air filter is missing. The air filter housing might also be loose. A loud humming noise can also be a signal that there is something wrong with the alternator belt or the fan belt.
My guess would be a plugged fuel filter.
I would start with replacing the fuel filter.
Plugged fuel filter Plugged air filter Restricted exhaust (bad Cat)
Clogged fuel filter.
Most likely a dirty fuel filter or Bad Ignition Timing.
the fuel filter is plugged
Not nearly enough information is given. BUT - you can start by looking at these possibilities: a clogged fuel filter - a failing fuel pump - clogged injector nozzles.
for starters, your fuel filter may be fouled.