Have a 95 ford escort. It acts like it wants to die while driving but it doesnt. Already changes the spark plugs. Ignition coil and fuel filter. Pls help me out. It has the 1.9L

Asked by Apr 14, 2014 at 08:19 PM about the 1995 Ford Escort

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Fuel pressure and delivery come to mind first. Is the Check Engine light on? Does it want to die while driving at a steady speed, accelerating or at stops? If it's at stops, clean the throttle body and IAC. Disconnect the battery and let the computer re-learn idle. If you're losing power at a steady speed, I'd look at the Catalytic converter.

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