My 1998 Breeze did this same thing within the first two years I had it.....and again 2 years ago. The first time it would keep missing out, doing around 30-35mph....had to have head gasket replaced. The second time (2 years ago) it would "miss out" when doing 55mph or higher, accelerating up a hill....engine light would come on and flash. I found out all it was needing was a new set of spark plug wires!! They showed me how you can see whitish discoloration on top of plug wires (which is indication of them going bad).
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.
Sounds like clogged fuel injectors or 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.
Start at the fuel filter. It may be clogged.
the fuel filter is located on top of the gas tank.
Replace the spark plugs and wires. Replace the fuel filter.
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.
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.
absolutley Along with many other things such as plug wires, plugs,.........
It is very near the oil pan.
how to replace the fuel filter on a 1996 Plymouth breeze 2.0 four cylinder , the fuel filter is located on the passenger side (right side ) near the fuel tank on the frame rail on the fuel line , this job can be completed in about an hour, and it"s not to difficult to replace ...
Suspect dirty fuel filter.
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.
On the side of the engine above/behind the oil filter.
Directly above/behind the top of the oil filter.
It is near the RH CV shavt, clearly visible from underneath.
It is under the hood, in the box at the front driver side.
Fuel system issue. Filter clogged, dirty injectors, EGR valve issue or possibly even misfires on the plugs
Could be as simple as a plugged fuel filter. Or faulty coil.
V6, in front if engine. 4 cyl, behind oil pan
Filter installed backward. Make sure the inlet side is towards the fuel tank.
That black ball is called the vacuum reservoir. Its actually attached to the air filter box and is used primarily during acceleration
The vibration at speed is more than likely a tire out of balance or a tire with a broken belt. Have this checked ASAP. The pulsation during acceleration can be many things, from a vacuum leak to a clogged fuel filter. Take it to a tech for service.
Look under the vehicle along frame -- follow fuel lines from tank
About 5 for a filter change. 9 for dry fill.