What are the Causes of Engine Hesitation Under Heavy Load in Car

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At times, when your car is overloaded, then there is immense pressure on the engine. This results in the stumble and misfiring of the engine and the reason can be a bad MAF sensor, faulty fuel pump or a damaged fuel injector. To know all about the causes of engine hesitation under heavy load in the car, go through the following slides.

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What are the Causes of Engine Hesitation Under Heavy Load in Car

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When the engine of your car is hesitating very badly, then it is unable to generate enough power to move the car.

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The engine hesitation generally occurs when you are carrying a heavy load in your car as well as during the cold temperatures.

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Thus, the hesitation of the car can be inconsistent and unpredictable, so it can be quite dangerous to drive your car.

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To avoid the unpredictable accidents and damages in the engine, it's better to understand the causes of the hesitation to fix them in a right way.

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Here are the causes of engine hesitation that you need to consider in your car as early as possible.

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Mass airflow sensor

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Mass airflow sensor used to detect the amount of air going into the engine. Then it can transmit the information to the main computer of the car.

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Consequently, it can communicate with the fuel injector of the car to deliver the proper amount of fuel.

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When the mass airflow sensor of your car got damaged or worn out, it unable to detect the proper amount of air.

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As a result, it will cause several problems in the internal combustion process and lead to the engine hesitation problems.

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Faulty fuel pump

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Now the most of the car are made with fuel pump right into the fuel tank to deliver fuel to the engine when it is needed for combustion.

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Thus, the fuel pump precise the amount of fuel it delivers and needs the right pressure to perform the whole process.

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If the fuel pump of your car gets damaged or faulty, then incorrect amount fuel will go to the engine.

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As a result, it will cause engine hesitation problem especially when you are trying a lot to accelerate up the incline.

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Damaged fuel injector

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The cylinder of the internal combustion chamber can fully depend on the fuel injector to spray the fuel into it.

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In this way, the right amount of fuel can mix with the air in the chamber, then the spark plugs ignite the mixture.

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If you find that the fuel injector of your car is damaged or simply dirty, then it will fail to inject the right amount of fuel into the cylinder.

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If you do not consider the fuel injector issues in your car, then the engine hesitation of the car will gradually become a reoccurring thing.

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Throttle position sensor

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The computer of your car fully depends on the throttle position sensor to determine the amount of pressure placed on the accelerator.

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According to the information, the computer will modify the mixture of fuel and air so that your engine get the proper amount of air and fuel mixture.

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A damaged or worn out throttle position sensor will unable to provide the right set of information to the computer.

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Due to the damaged throttle position sensor, your car engine will unable to handle the different actions of your car such as idling or accelerating.

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Conclusion

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Here the given points dignify all the common causes of engine hesitation issues in your car due to the heavy load.

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If you found that your car is hesitating abnormally, then take it to a reputed mechanic to fix it as soon as possible.

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