[DML] Re: Acceleration issue
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[DML] Re: Acceleration issue



I think what you are describing happened with my car.  Fairly 
regularly, the first time I really "gave it gas," it would 
hesitate.  It never stalled, but there was definitely an issue with 
power.  After that first hesitation, it would be fine the rest of 
the trip. This was all within the first minute of driving.

Turned out I had a severely clogged air filter.  As a new owner, I 
hadn't checked it. Once I changed the filter, the problem virtually 
disappeared. I can't recall the last time I noticed this hesitation 
and the car has had incredibly better performance ever since.

Just a thought... if it's your problem, it's cheap and easy to fix.  
Depending on your preferences, filters are readily available through 
the vendors, even through NAPA stores.

Marv
#10820
AZ-D
 
--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Daniel" <dmcburn75@...> wrote:
>
> Hello all,
> 
> I notice that SOMETIMES when I start my car from cold I have a lag 
in
> acceleration resembling a misfire. This only lasts for about 30
> seconds. I recently replaced the original fuel accumulator and 
about 2
> months ago I noticed a few grains of dirt in the fuel filler that 
more
> than likely made in into the tank despite my best efforts to clean 
it.
> Would this cold acceleration problem indicate I need to change my 
fuel
> filter? I'm thinking maybe some of this dirt and parts of the bad 
fuel
> accumulator diaphragm have made it into the filter. I know the car 
is
> hungrier for fuel when cold, so maybe this is a good place to 
start...
> Any thoughts? Thanks!
> 
> Dan
>










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