Water in engine-head gasket most likely.
A cylinder misfiring can cause this sympton, check/replace spark plugs and plug wires. Also, sputtering and shaking can be caused by engine timing, have the timing checked. Another cause can be fouled fuel injectors on fuel injected vehicles.
when my dodge stratus started to do that it was because I needed transmission fluid.
If a car is sputtering at high RPMs, the fuel pressure needs to be checked. If the fuel pump can't keep up, this will cause sputtering. Also, the car should be checked to make sure the valves are adjusted properly.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
Needs a full service Fuel pump/filter Incorrect fuel ECU (brain) AFM/MFA (air fuel mixture meter) Split air/fuel hoses
Yes the fuel pressure regulater will cause stalling and a few more things too ..like back fire, sputtering,and in some cases they squirt gas all over the engine. good luck Ed....(mrjunky)
Often a faucet will sputter if there is air in the lines. This happens if the water has been turned off and then on again. If this is the cause, it is only necessary to run the water a while and the air will get out of the lines, and the sputtering will stop.
distributor located under the water pump. I had to change mine. Usually what happens is as soon as the engine warmed up, it was running like crap.
If your 1994 Honda Civic is sputtering, it may be due to a clogged fuel line. Another possible cause is that one of the pistons isn't firing correctly. A tune up might be in order.
The 1.8L is not an interference engine, so you should not have internal damage. The 2.0L is an interference engine. Internal engine damage is likely.
Check engine light on? If so have it checked for codes. That should point you towards a possible misfire.
Check the compression for the cylinders on the Eclipse. If there is?æa leak in one of the cylinders then this could cause the jerking.
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clogged fuel filter, or bad fuel pump
If you have coolant in the oil, it will cause the rod and main bearings to fail.
An engine knock ia almost always very serious. Stop drivng this car and take it to a professional. Not a repair for a novice.
fuel pump bad or cloged filter...if it just did it all of a sudden i would say fuel pump
Water in fuel system, bad wires , distributor cap, spark plugs, theres a lot of things that could cause this problem, Is your check engine light on, If so you need to have the engine scaned to see what the code is and then go from there. Hope this helps.
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Quite a few things could cause this to happen to the 2001 Corolla. The engine could experience poor performance and sputtering due to: - dirty or clogged air filter - worn or mis-gapped spark plugs - bad gasoline - gummed up throttle body - sensor malfunction (IAT sensor, O2 sensor(s), MAF sensor) A dirty MAF sensor could cause sputtering in 2000+ Corollas. As these models are equipped with the 1ZZ-FE VVT-i engine (2ZZ-GE in the case of the Corolla XRS). Often overlooked, many can be carefully cleaned, instead of being replaced, and driveability often improves considerably.
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