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Re: at speeds of 40mph starts chugging a bit wondering if...
First thing to try is the fuel filter, if its partly blocked some fuel will pass allowing for some speed, but after more fuel is needed it cant pass fast enough so your car will chug or act like its cutting out, my 94 explorer would run fine up to 35mph, but after that it acted like it didnt have power and even died a few times i changed the fuel filter and the issue went away AGCO Automotive Repair Service Baton Rouge LA Detailed Auto Topics What...
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Try lubeing the rails I recomend blaster a product available at wallmart or auto zone and numeres other locations. Lube rails than move seat back and forward if this was helpful please leave good feed back
sounds like a short or bad earth electrical problems are a pig to diagnose i think its a trip to an auto electrition try the earth on the battery make sure its clean try another battery as well have you touched anything bulbs anything spray wd40 on fuse boxes wiring ect but to be honest it could be anything
check you battery terminals are tightend to the max. also you might need a terminal cleaner, or you can use a wire brush and clean the terminals, to make better connectivity, most batterys only have a life span of max 5 years. also you might need new terminals as they tend to deteriorate over time. try a new battery, new terminals, and see what happens. if not you may need a starter or ignition switch. give me more detail, does it try to start? does it make a clicking noise? does anything turn on ie. lights, door alarm. does your horn work? can you smell anything when you do this? can you hear anything? can you see anything?
With that many problems you should have gotten some error codes generated by your computer. Have you had your error codes read, so that you know where to start? While error codes usually won't take you to the exact problem they do put you in the general area of the problem.
When you replaced the fuel pump did you have good fuel pressure? Or did you not check it? While it does sound like a fuel problem, it could be in the spark system also. So the error codes are important to narrow it down.