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Another cause of power loss in diesel engines is clogged fuel filter. Some vehicles have additional fuel filter INSIDE the fuel tank. I had my tank taken down and the inside filter cleaned and it fixed the problem. Some petrol stations and repair shops provide this service. If replacing the fuel filter in the engine compartment doesn't fix the problem, try this one. See FB "Toyota Innova Owners Phils" for more pictures.
while you are replacing it, replace the sock at the same time. That is the only "filter" that I am aware of. I had a problem that mimicked a slipping transmission that was because of the sock breaking down. When ever it got low on fuel, the transmission would act up.
Try a fuel filter,the timeing belt won't cause poor acceleration.If the ignion system is good then you either have fuel or exhaust problems.You may need a catalytic converter if the fuel filter does'nt work out.
There is no fuel filter on a transmission, however a automatic transmission does have a drain plug, it's behind the oil pan, the transmission filter is not replaceable.There is no flat pan on the underside of this vehicle and if anyone states it does, does not know the ford escape period. On a ford taurus yes.