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Car issues my hyundia excel wont idle it runs if you keep the revs up

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  • justorr Oct 08, 2008

    i have to keep my 1995 elantra reved or it stalls the rpm's drop to nothing unless reved.

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Had same issue in my excel burning heaps of fuel the cause whas a blocked injector

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Remove and clean the (IAC VALVE) thats the one on the throtle body

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