What can you do to stop hesitation in a car? I think that perhaps I bought some bad gas or something got in my fuel line so now it acts like it is going to stall out some of the time. I am going down the road at sixty five miles per hour and suddenly it is like I lose power or something. If there is a lot of traffic around me that is dangerous, the guy behind you is not expecting you to start coasting all of a sudden. I am looking at this autoadditivestore.com and trying to figure out what I need to do. The car has fuel injection and it is likely that I need to get them cleaned out. Of course the jets are tiny and one speck of dirt in the wrong place could have a very bad effect on the performance of the vehicle.
I am not sure if it is something that has contaminated the fuel or if it is something that has blocked up the system which delivers the fuel. Of course when you pump the gas in to the gas tank of your car it is a liquid. However when you are burning it the car has to convert it to a fine mist. It pretty much atomizes the fuel and it becomes as much a mist as it does a real liquid. Obviously if you have ever seen gas burn you realize that it has a very high vapor pressure. You pour some gas on a rag and put a match to it, the flames jump high up in the air above it. That is the vapor burning, where the gas is evaporating. Of course you have to the right vapor pressure in you gas for the atmospheric conditions of the season.