Need some help here i have a 1991 ford Taurus that is giving me a problem
on acceleration. When i accelerate it starts to go then seems to choke
like it is not getting any gas then it seems to shift and jerks and then
goes as it should the choking sensation seem to last a few seconds before
shifting, This happens every time i make a complete stop then it drive
likes it should if anyone could help me any idea on how to fixthis problem
it would be appreciated
If your Check Engine lite is not on, and it starts okay, cold or warm;
then warm up the engine and shut it off.
Locate the Mass Air Flow sensor (MAF), in the big air tube to engine,
adjacent to the air filter, and disconnect wiring connector to it. Your
CEL lite will then be on, but drive it and see if it does the same thing.
If it drives better, the MAF needs cleaning. If it runs worse, or wont
run, there is another sensor problem.
Also check the throttle crank ... there should be two connections to it.
(Three if you have cruise) One for gas pedal, other to transmission. If
there's slop in either.. it will probably be the connection for the trans
Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
you pay..DEAL with it!
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