Question about Ford Explorer
Unless there is a deflated basketball stuffed inside your catalytic converter, no that is not the problem. you could be having one of many different issues. if its an old car it just might not have the pep it used to, due to piston ring wear leading to less compression. it could also be that the motor is misfiring on one or more cylinders causing the fuel to ignite at the wrong time, causing more work for the other cylinders. make sure you are not hauling anything above your cars ability or specifications. other than that id say check the air intake filter for any obstructions-even a coat of fine dust, and replace if appropriate. throw a small container of injector cleaner in a half a tank of gas and see what happens before taking it to a mechanic.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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