LESS POWER WHEN ENGINE IS WARM AND NOISIER WHEN ACCELERATING

2004 Ford Everest

Tiny

clarzm

April, 9, 2012 AT 3:51 PM

2004 ford everest. Where can I find the egr valve and boost sensor if there's any? The noise sounds like when a vehicle is climbing up. Cant really tell what color of smoke it is but its not totally black. Looks somewhat greyish or light brown.

Is there a need to use fully synthetic oil to solve this problem? Also noticed that the engine vibrates more when idling than before. Just got my oil changed 2 months ago with mineral oil. Does the egr valve and boost sensors require immediate attention? Where can I find those? Im having a hard time identifying which is which. You think air ducts are clogged? Tnx in advance

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Tiny

Jacobandnickolas

April, 9, 2012 AT 6:34 PM

Check and make sure the catalytic converter isn't plugged. Check to make sure fuel pressure isn't dropping when the engine is running and warm.

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