Kindly advice

What’s causes hiccups in car? Yaani
nkikanyaga accelerator haichukui na inakaa kaa inataka kuzimika then eventually inarudi sawa na kuruka.

Wacha kukunywa mafuta adulterated ,clean the fuel pump and tank na uwache ushe nzi

Could be alot of things, a failing fuel pump being a most likely culprit

It could be all the above, and more. There could also be water droplets in the fuel (drain it into a transparent container and look), or a clogged airfilter. Check the state of your ignition cables, and spark plugs. As you clean the fuel tank don’t forget to change the fuel filter.

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Clean the throttle body. There is a spray called a carb cleaner.

https://www.breakerlink.com/blog/maintenance/the-7-signs-that-could-mean-your-throttle-body-needs-cleaning/

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[SIZE=7]The 7 Signs That Could Mean Your Throttle Body Needs Cleaning[/SIZE]

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When the throttle body is dirty, clogged up or malfunctioning this stops the flow of air into the engine, which not only causes problems with performance, but can cause issues with unburned fuel passing through the exhaust system. Watch out for the following symptoms that serve as warning signs of dirt in the system, allowing you to identify this condition before it becomes irreparable.

Poor or High Idle

When your throttle body is operating below its normal effectiveness, one of the tell-tale signs is a poor or low idle. This includes stalling after coming to a stop, a low idle after starting, or stalling when the throttle is pressed down rapidly. Dirt causes airflow into the system to be turbulent and leads to a fluctuating idle speed.

Uneven or Slow Acceleration

As you push down the accelerator pedal, this increases the flow of air and petrol into the engine. If there’s any dirt or coking on the throttle body this will prevent the car from picking up the power it needs from combustion. What does this feel like behind the wheel? It may be that the car takes longer to get going than usual or the speed picks up in irregular bursts.

Does the check engine light come on? Other than what you’ve been told above, have the mass airflow sensor cleaned. You can do it yourself.

Ambia makonika acheck your fuel system components, pump being one of them

Hio inaitwa miss.

I would Say, u did an engine wash…tumaji tukaingia mahali spark plugs ziko…yes. from experience