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I have a 2006 ford escape. it seems it has a slight shutter at slow speeds during acceleration. it kind of appears as accelerating and disappears rather quickly. It's definately new.. what do you think it is? Thanks, Eddie

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First, when was last healthy tune up? Plugs, wires, all fluids and filter? Especially fuel filter? I'd start there and run a good fuel system cleaner through it.

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