My 1996 ford windstar gl is sluggesh when I press on the gas,it doesn't get up to speed till about 30km-40km after that it seems fine till you step on the gas at highway speed,stil then the pedal is to the floor and takes awile to get up to highay speed?
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The camshaft is driven by the crankshaft by either a belt or chain. These have to stay in line or in (time ) with each other, If not the engine may not run correctly, if at all or worse can break stuff. In case you dont know, the crankshaft pushes the pistons up and down and the camshaft opens the valves so gas can go in and exhaust out. ( very simplified )
fuel filter i would suggest but with half tank i would say it to be sending unit in tank
your vehicle should have 3 standard or more depending who owned before you
one in engine compartment
one on chassis back by the fuel tank under neithe
and the never ending sending unit in the tank this has a filter on it and could be clogged with debry also the gas you use could be causeing the sluggish ness cheap gas has debry in it