Why Your Car Sputters When in Use

The fuel pump is what allows gas to circulate from the gas tank to the engine. If it malfunctions, it may result in the car struggling to go anywhere. One warning sign of a malfunctioning fuel pump is an increase in engine temperature. The fuel pump may be to blame if the rising temperature is accompanied by constant stalling.

If the engine is stressed or sputters at high speeds, it may mean that there are issues with the fuel pump. This is because not enough gas may be getting to the engine. In most cases, the car will run like normal after a period of sputtering.

If you think that your vehicle's fuel pump is not working properly, bring your vehicle to our service center here at Jaguar Morris County in Madison, NJ for service. It may be possible to find the cause of the problem and fix it in a timely and affordable manner.

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