Question about 1997 Ford Escort
Could be a problem involving a flap of metal inside a rusty muffler. Possibly a loose piece of the catalytic converter. You could tap of shake parts of the exhaust system and listen for rattles. Similarly, it could be a problem with debris in the fuel tank, a loose. broken, or moving fuel pick up, or dirt in the fuel filter. It might even be related to a malfunctioning pcv valve(after market valves sometimes cause more problems than they fix). It sounds like is more motion related then pressure related if it happens on turns and accelerating.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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