I have a 1995 ford Taurus, 117,000 mi. OKAY! I'm going to post this question one more time and see if ANYONE can shed some light-when ever I get to around 40 m. Ph. The car seems to get sluggish and the engine gets louder and there's some vibration. Also the accelerator peddle is sticky no matter what speed I go. The problem seems to worsen when I drive the car for a long period of time. Here's what I have had done so far to no avail-
*Three new tires and alignment
*fuel induction service
*new spark plugs
*new air filter
*fuel filter was just replaced last july
*new fuel tank and filler pipe (not to fix problem but it needed it)
*fuel injecton flush (suggested by dealership)
*my last oil change was only 1500 mi's ago
Two mechanics have driven it the last month and say it's fine
My husband drove it; thinks it's my imagination, but I know how my car is supposed to run and it isn't performing like it should. I know it is an old car but something has to be wrong with it. The only other thing I can think of is the transmission, but it's shifting okay. Sorry for the novel, but I'm at my wits end!
have the same problem?
Saturday, May 13th, 2006 AT 5:51 PM