Question about Ford Escape
I don't think the two problems are related at all. The first thing you should try if you haven't already is changing the fuel filter. It could also be spark plugs or wires, timing or weak ignition coils, vacuum leaks or dirty or clogged fuel injectors. Also check for loose or damaged ignition components or wires. However, if there is no engine light on, the fuel filter is the first thing you should look at.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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