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Asked by Nov 01, 2008 at 10:45 PM about the 2006 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: General

i was wondering if this is normal in the 2006 fusion to not have good pick up power? A fusion i test drove when you step on the petal lightly it doesnt go right that second. Every cars petal feels different so i just want to make sure there isnt anything wrong thanks much!

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35

actually the car in india has a nice pick up so i am not sure about the 1 in usa ...the 1 i have is a mix of a hatchback and a suv........so that has alot of power.....

35

my 07 has this problem sometimes too

105

I doubt there is anything wrong pedal is drive by wire so you dont have the instant kickdown you would if you had a mechanic linkage gas pedal thats all. mine does it too

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