yes it could be one or two bad filters. check one in gas tank and other down the fuel line. change if dirty and see if that fixes the problem. if not it could also be a comp problem with your fuel injection. also air fuel mixture could be off. jb yes it could be one or two bad filters. check one in gas tank and other down the fuel line. change if dirty and see if that fixes the problem. if not it could also be a comp problem with your fuel injection. also air fuel mixture could be off. i had the same problem and it was my air fuel mixture was to lean at higher speeds. jb
Could be a multitude of different things, I am trying to fix that same problem. Could be bad a throttle position sensor, a leaking or detached vacuum hose or a dirty fuel filter is what I've heard.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
There are several things that can cause a slow response to acceleration. The most common cause is a dirty air filter. A dirty fuel filter can also cause the problem.
Have your fuel filter checked first. If that doesn't solve your problem, then have your catalytic convertor checked.
Sounds like a fuel delivery problem, either a plugged up fuel filter or incorrect fuel pressure.
If a Dodge Dakota misfires under acceleration, the problem is either the spark plugs, the coil, or the distributor. It could also be a problem with the fuel pump, fuel filter, or the carburetor.
Mine does the same thing i was told it was the mass airflow sensor....but when i replaced it it still stutterd and dogs on me....your problem might be the mass airflow sensor...
Replacing the fuel filter may fix the problem. Also check the air filter and replace if necessary.
dirty fuel filter
Check the fuel filter or the fuel pump.
It could Be a couple of things but first try changing your fuel and air filter. is it an automatic?
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
Probably same problem I am having. Seems to be either the fuel pump or fuel filter. I am changing the fuel filter first, because they are cheaper.
Possibly bad fuel filter
Check the fuel filter and/or fuel pump.
have you checked you fuel filter lately?
Lack of info Hesitation causes: Fuel filter, injector/s dirty, ignition problems are places to start
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.
Yes, have the code read to find the problem. There are a number of sensors that will cause this.
well simple its fuel filter prob change that shll run fine
Replace the fuel filter.
No. Oil circulation has nothing to do with acceleration. A fuel filter change on the other hand may help. Things that cause poor acceleration include clogged fuel filter, clogged air filter, need of a tune up, some electrical problems or a clogged catilytic convertor.
I had the same problem around 60k miles...had all fluid flushed and replaced with Mercon V. Problem resolved itself. This set up doesn't have a traditional filter set up. You need to have a mechanic with the flush equipment assist with this job.
Check if air filter is dirty. You may need to replace fuel filter, this might be the one causing problem. Also buy injector and carburetor cleaner at your local store.
check plugs and wires, and the fuel filter for proper installation. Fuel filters have a directional arrow on them, to indicate which way to install them. If it is in backwards, that can cause fuel starvation and stalling under load, such as when you are accelerating.