Question about 1998 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Hi, this is a common symptom of a clogged fuel filter that is straining the fuel pump itself.
When you accelerate, this initiates a rapid fuel flow through the lines. if the filter cant pass the proper amount, its will stall or hesitate the engine and cause sputtering or loss of power. due to this clogged filter, the pump cant keep up with your acceleration demands at this time. the reason for the power pick up upon De acceleration, is because the lower amount of fuel is able to pass through quite easily but, as soon as you demand more power, the clog will obstruct the more intense flow of fuel to the injectors.
Simply replacing the fuel filter and pump will fix this issue.
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Posted on Apr 17, 2009
A broken catalytic converter may cause something like this
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