Question about 2004 Ford Escape
Try changing the inline fuel filter. It may be plugging up with gunk from the tank when you accelerate after running. If the gunk is settling in the lower part of the inline filter, this allows some fuel to flow, but when you accelerate or drive for an extended period, the gunk gets shoved against the output end blocking fuel flow. It also could be picking up some water in your tank, if the tank is allowed to be low on fuel.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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