[V8] Slight acceleration issue
David.Coleman at blackrock.com
Wed Mar 2 11:05:59 EST 2005
Egad. The dreaded (and very ubiquitous) surge condition. Repair
patches are varied, including FPR, O2 sensor, plugs, and vacuum hose
replacement. I recall one instance of claimed repair after replacing
the t-stat. There's also TPS, MAF, and other high dollar crap shoots
with low likelihood of fixing it.
There's gobs of intel in the archives ("surge"). The first 4 items are
the place to start. On my car I basically replaced everything and it's
now only slightly there, if at all. Or maybe I just fixed it by using
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> Subject: [V8] Slight acceleration issue
> I'm guessing the fix is the FPR, but I'll explain the symptoms.
> While in 3rd gear under moderate accelleration (not WOT).
> The car pulls strong, but there is a slight hesitation
> (reduced power) that lasts for 3/4 to 1 second in lenght. The
> car then pulls strong again for 1 second. This sequence
> repeats up to redline.
> I'm guessing this is a fuel issue. Is it the Fuel Pressure
> Regulator or fuel filter? Other?
> '91 V8QM
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