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Engine Light came on, Lost power

2006 V6 Sonata 80K miles, after a 200 mile trip on a 90 degree day, Engine light came on and I lost alot of power, car went as high as 2000 RPM, no higher. Everything seems solid. Suspect sensor or bad converter. Not sure?

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  • jimero Sep 18, 2008

    no warning car engine just dies and losses power

    have to sit for 5 miutes then starts again!

    This has happened at low speed & high speed

    been back to service Dept 3 times but cannot find fault

    any suggestions as to what is causing this fault!.

    Jim

  • malpez Nov 25, 2008

    I had the same experience today with my 2002 Elantra. The engine lost power, it would not accelerate, and the "check engine" light came on. The whole thing was over in a couple of minutes. I intend to follow the advise of taking the car to Autozone for a computer check, and I will post the results.

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I had same problem. The accelerator pedal is a module/component with no direct linkage to the engine - it is a "drive by wire" setup - the accelerator module is probably defective and needs to be replaced. I had mine replaced under warranty and the rpoblem was solved.

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Check your alternator

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Only way to tell what is wrong is to have the computer scanned to read what code is stored in the Engine Control Module (ECM).
Any of the large parts stores, eg. Advance Auto, Autozone, Pep Boys, etc. should be able to scan it for free.

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