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Loosing power, not taking fuel, sputtering occurs

Loosing power, not taking fuel, sputtering occurs all the time, can hardly start it changed fuel filter, changed converter

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Check the fuel preasure, make sure it has enough fuel preasure, then take a look at the sparkplugs and wires and cap and rotor,

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Thank you i think it was change when the knox senor was changed is the timming belt xternal or behind cover plates


The knock sensor is not located in the vicinity of the timing belt, so unless it was done as recommended maintenance, I can't see where the two are related. If the vehicle has more than 100K miles on it and the timing belt was never replaced, then I would strongly suspect it. Since you say it is "sputtering" that means you have air,fuel, and spark. That indicates that most of the critical sensor are working. If the cam/crank timing relationship is out of whack due to a slip in timing, then the "sputtering" will occur. One tooth off and the vehicle would probably start but run very rough and have no power. Two teeth and you get sputtering and maybe a occasional rollover. After that, nothing and a possible damaged head/block due to valve/piston collision.

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Car turns over but won't start. Boyfriend checked the spark plugs , says vetting spark. It says he did a compression check to it. Starter is a year old, battery new, we replaced fuel pump 3 weeks ago...


A thumb is not test for compression as 10lb/sq " will blow your thumb off. Have a proper compression test done. Next although it is sparking the question to ask is it sparking at the right time and to the right cylinder. Pouring fuel into the cylinder is a waste of time as the air/fuel ratio will be too rich to ignite even if the spark was occurring on the compression stroke. So here are some simple steps to follow to get it going
Have a compression test done to determine if there is sufficient compression to ignite the mixture
2 check that the spark is occurring at the cylinder at the right time ( no 1 cylinder on timing mark on compression stroke.)
3 . If it is EFI engine then check that the injectors are actually squirting if carby engine check that the fuel is in the fuel bowl With engines you have to have a combination of 3 things for the engine to work They are compression -which you will be checking for--2 spark timing--- which you will be checking for and lastly 3 fuel into the cylinder at the right time ==which you will be checking for
you only have to be missing one of these and you had best take it to a professional mechanic to get it started.

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Chevy uplander going uphill sputters and check engine light blinks multiple times?


Usually a sputter will occur under load conditions like going up hill from a lack of fuel. Start by changing the fuel filter.

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96 Toyota 4Runner sputters when starting when hot only!


how about the fuel filter. I didn't see this on your list and it should be done every 20000km and the air filter. I think its a fuel filter. not the pump. could be the coils but I would start cheap and change fuel filter first. when the pump is cold it pumps with more psi to blow passed the clooged filter after warm it is weaker and has a hard time pushing through the clog

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2000 chevy venture. wont start. change fuel pump runs perfectly for one day. next day the van start and drives out of driveway sputters and dies. starts and sputters back home. change the fuel censor. ...


Testing is the way to a fix . Fuel pump pressure testing , electrical testing . Viewing engine sensor data on a scan tool . Instead of guessing as to the problem learn to test or take it to a qualified repair shop . Changing ECU without doing it correctly can cause problems that were not there before . PCM - engine computers need to be programmed , dealer only.
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did you reset the alarm/immobiliser system every time the power was disconnected???

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2004 Ford Focus LX, was sputtering while driving


A flashing light is BAD. Its damaging the cat converter. I would check or replace the spark plug wires ( if all OK, then) replace the coil pack. I would not replace anything unless they test bad. but these car are known for bad coil packs.

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I have a 2001 325i its sputtering cant go very fast


check for loose connections then fluid levels if ok scan for codes if check engine light is on if not maybe bad fuel fuel filter or clogged injectors or low battery function

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change your fuel filter it may have imputities in the fuel causing the fuel flow problems

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The car sputter and bucks when taking off.


has the fuel filter been changed ? if not it is time to change it reguardless . and tune up? this sounds like a fuel filter change it and see what happens also if no tune up and air filter then it is time to have that done as well.

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