After the car has been running for about 45 minutes, if you stop at a light and give it gas, it hesitates. goes really slow and after a few attempts picks up. Fuel pump has recently been replaced, but it hasn't stopped the problem
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I am having the same problem but it only happens to me when the car engine is cold. This does not happen when the car has been on for a while. My solution is that I warm up the car for about 20 minutes before driving and my car works fine.
Added to my problem, when I press the gas, it asks like it's choking and I have to press through it, flooring the gas, to which it accelerates too much. It's ok when no in traffic. Also, when I stop the car idles really low and acts like it wants to shut off.
you may need to use a high octane gas to clean your injectors and replace the inline gas filter as this should cure the problem. On the wiper blades that is more than likeley the relay switch that is connected to them it should be located near the firewall on the driverside.
it can be couple of thing Try a fuel injector cleaner or new fuel injectors.it can be vacuum leak. Engines need a vacuum
to run especially at idle which is when your car dies. It could be a stuck
EGR. If the check engine light comes on it will store a code so take it to a
shop and pay them to read the codes. This may give you a starting point.