1999 town car accelateration problems

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Asked by Apr 19, 2014 at 01:39 PM about the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: General

At 35 to 45 when accelerating car starts bucking until reaching 50

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10

I have this same problem...wish someone would answer this

26,595

It sounds like old spark plug wires. If you can: Drive the car 5- 10 minutes, set the parking brake and, using a household spray bottle, spray the spark plug wires liberally. If the engine stutters or you see or hear sparks - there's your problem!

10

Thank you I will try that. I had it read for a code...no code. Just trying to narrow it down. Someone also said maybe an o2 sensor. I don't want to throw money at it but I need a car lol. I love my lincoln I dont want to make things worse :)

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26,595

O2 sensors tend to cause a surge rather than bucking and, they are generally ignored by the computer when accelerating. You could have a trans concern but I don't think so. Try accelerating to speed with the OD locked out and see what it does.

115

It was fuel pump

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