Why does my 2013 Ford Focus shake when I accelerate?
Many possible faults can cause your 2013 Ford Focus to vibrate upon acceleration. From your description, it sounds like you are describing an engine misfire. Misfires can be caused by many issues, but the most common are spark plugs, coil, fuel pump, fuel injectors, MAF sensor, vacuum leaks, or a wiring harness fault. via
What's wrong with my car it jerks when I accelerate?
Dirty Fuel Injectors
Dirty fuel injectors are among the most common reasons for why an accelerator becomes jerky. The dirty injector leads to your car losing power when you attempt to accelerate while at a stop and when you try to drive at a consistent speed. This is the result of an engine misfire. via
Why is my car shaking when I press the gas?
You could have a damaged or broken motor mount. Motor mounts are the things that attach the engine to your vehicle's frame. That sounds serious because it is, and damage to one or more of the motor mounts can allow the engine to vibrate and move around when you press the gas pedal. via
What recalls does a 2013 Ford Focus have?
Summary: Ford is recalling certain model year 2013 Focus and C-Max vehicles built from November 16, 2012, through November 21, 2012; and model year 2013 Escape vehicles manufactured from November 14, 2012, through November 21, 2012. The left rear door child lock was built incorrectly. via
Why is my engine stuttering?
Worn Out Spark Plugs
The spark plugs' job is to light up the combined fuel and air held inside the engine, resulting in combustion that moves your car's pistons. So, if your car starts stuttering, there's a good chance there's an issue with your spark plugs (or the cables attached to them). via
Why does my 2003 Ford Focus shake when I accelerate?
The most common causes for Ford Focus shaking at high speeds are unbalanced wheels, misaligned wheels, tire damage, bent rim, bad wheel bearing and loose lug nuts. Less common causes are bad axle, worn suspension or steering parts or incorrect tire pressure. via