Try a basic tune up. New spark plugs, wires, cap and rotor. When the vehicle is in first gear and you are accelerating, that is when the most load is on the engine. It sounds as though under a load, you are losing your spark because it is arcing out where it should not be.
will the transmission causes my 1999 ford expedition to bog down & sputter when accelerating the 4.6liter engine.
could be a bad plug
look to see if your intake manifold is gummed up with residue
Many problems could cause the car to stop accelerating. If the engine is running OK, then check a manual transmission for clutch problems, and an automatic transmission for possible slipping bands.
A malfunctioning battery can't provide enough power to your ignition system when the motor is idling can cause sputtering. If there is not enough gas, that can cause your vehicle to sputter. If the spark plugs fail to fire will also cause your vehicle to sputter.
check ditributor cap and rotor and spark plug wires
Cause it does
If it is an automatic, it may be a transmission problem. If it is a standard, downshift. Other than that it could be anything from spark plug to fuel line blockage.
If its clogged
It may need a tune up.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
Friction in the transmission system may cause whining noise when a car is accelerating. A poor engine or clutch assembly may cause the excess friction in the transmission system.
It could be numerous things. From a bad fuel pump, for bad spark plugs.
Loss of power when accelerating can be caused by a number of things. A leak in the fuel line or even a bad alternator can cause this.
Yes it can.
There are a few things that can cause a 1999 Dodge Dakota to sputter. For example, the battery may be malfunctioning or the park plugs can be going bad.
lack of fuel
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.
check for tune-up. chack mass air flow meter.
Fuel is not good!
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.
Yes, that is one of many possibilities.
Most common cause would be the plus wires. Dampness causes them to arc and the cylinder that the wire is arcing on won't fire causing a miss/sputter.
A clicking noise, when accelerating, can be caused by a worn CV joint. The CV joint can cause the axle to collapse when it breaks.