2001 Ford Focus manual increases when accelerating

Focus MK3 1.6 Ecoboost 150PS stutter / swallow when accelerating!

Hello dear community,

I have the following problem with my Ford Focus Mk3 year 2012 1.6 Ecoboost with 150PS:

If I accelerate (2,3,4,5 gear) and the speed rises above 2000rpm, the engine chokes or the car stutters and the tachometer also stutters. As if the performance drops for a fraction of a second.

From 3500 rpm this stuttering / swallowing stops and the car continues to accelerate normally.

The problem appeared for the first time today. With an "amateur" look under the bonnet, I couldn't see any abnormalities (such as broken cables or loose hoses). The oil level and coolant are also fine.

Can someone help me?

Many Thanks

With best regards

Quay

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If one of them doesn't find anything, do I go to the next? I'm not married to them.

And now finally save your stupid pro Ford comments on my posts so that you piss me off and many others here.

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Welcome to the club, mine has been for 3 years and is increased in the cold season. I didn't have anything in the summer. Workshops all find nothing together.

I guess the electronics problem, the car has to be on the line. Your trusted workshop should do some research in the Ford error database in Cologne, there is sure to be a solution for your Problrm.

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@ KaiOnkelz1988 wrote on Nov. 16, 2017 at 10:31:33 PM:

@cookmal wrote on November 16, 2017 at 7:42:06 p.m .:

I don't have it ....... not yet.

Possibly air flow meter?

can you test the function yourself? with a multimeter or something?

Or does the car spit out an error message when the air flow meter is broken?

I don't think so, but just go for testing, unplug the air mass meter and drive, if there is no change it is broken. But now there is no guarantee on it :) is only trick 17: D If you stake out it simulates n defective LMM. But it's best to have the errors read out.

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@ Sercy90 wrote on November 17th, 2017 at 1:32:38 pm:

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@ KaiOnkelz1988 wrote on Nov. 16, 2017 at 10:31:33 PM:

@cookmal wrote on November 16, 2017 at 7:42:06 p.m .:

I don't have it ....... not yet.

Possibly air flow meter?

can you test the function yourself? with a multimeter or something?

Or does the car spit out an error message when the air flow meter is broken?

I don't think so but just go for testing, unplug the air mass meter and drive, if there is no change it is broken. But now there is no guarantee on it :) is only trick 17: D If you stake out it simulates n defective LMM. But it's best to have the errors read out.

I took off the air mass meter and lo and behold the problem has disappeared! :)

Ok, I didn't think so, but you shouldn't drive without LMM now either. The best thing to do is to order it yourself and build it in, in a workshop you get a good 250 euros. :)

I don't think that's funny. What I find strange is that you go to three workshops.

LMM can find the workshop in five minutes.

If one doesn't find anything, do I go to the next? I'm not married to them.

And now finally save your stupid pro Ford comments on my posts so that you piss me off and many others here.

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@Courghan wrote on November 18, 2017 at 8:10:55 am:

If one doesn't find anything, do I go to the next? I'm not married to them.

And now finally save your stupid pro Ford comments on my posts so that you piss me off and many others here.

Yes, completely correct, the guy also pisses me off when something goes against his Ford taste. I think he'll take the pink Ford glasses with him to the ...!

Zero objectivity this person.