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EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) valve may be stopped up with carbons. This would account for some loss of power as well as odor if leaking around intake. If I remember correctly, egr tube originates just above catalytic converter on this model. Condition may be early signs of cat failure ( commonly accompanied by "rotten egg" odor). I recommend having emission system checked by certified tech to avoid uneccessary component replacement.
The blinking engine light indicates your problems are severe and could cause more damage to the engine if not corrected. You will need to have a diagnostic scan run to retrieve the trouble codes that are causing the light to come on & flash. From those codes, repairs needed can be determined. I hope this helps.
fuel pump may be going bad have pressure tested on vehicle when warm also egr valve may be going bad or has bad carbon build up lack of power a miss will give u a trouble code[check engine] as well as egr valve and other emission parts but fuel pump usually does not
When going up hills? I know my 2001 Ford Tarus started to do that, and we thought the transmission was going out, But the tests came back Perfect. It turned out to be the Cateletic Converter, Cost over $1,000.00 To fix...