Question about 2008 Ford Taurus Sedan
Taurus won't go above 55 mph and jerks when the RPM are revved. Feels like something is slipping in the engine or maybe not enough fuel getting to the engine? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's possible your computer is going out-- had a later model doing the same and then finally would quit. i'd stop, pour ice water on the brain under the hood and then away we would go. had to change it out.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
SOURCE: ford expedition **** problems
If you had the transmission replaced, it is possible that the spline was not lined up right, i would take it back and tell them to fix it....
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: 95 gt stumbles at steady rpm
check egr for carbon build up if it sticks will cause engine to stumble.idle air control will also cause problems of same manner.gaskets are cheap autozone has them.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
It sounds like the fuel is not being delivered sufficently to the engine. Try looking here. Perhaps a fuel injecter cleaner (you can pour Seafoam into the gas tank and it is a great fuel injecter cleaner and fuel stabilizer). What did your plugs look like when you replaced them? This can tell you a lot about the combustion chamber. A Haynes manual will be invaluable to you.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
I happen to own the same truck as yours
Mine did the same thing too
The first thing I did was go to my reputable gas station (BP.SHELL,etc..)and fill it up with 93 octane gas. I drove it on the highway for 25 miles and the sluggishness went away. I probably had water in my tank which happens to all of us. All fuel stations gets water in their underground tanks at some point. When their tanks at almost empty you will receive some water in your tank. Even if your gas tank is half filled, filling it will make a difference you see for the less amount of water will work its way through with more gas added
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks. i think i will add some Heet to the fill up as well."
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