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HYUNDAI Accent 1997 sometimes stops when you hasnge a to a lower gear

My problem is that my accent is stopping when i change a top gear to a lower gear especially seclnd and first, this problem is occurs especially in the morning and when the lights are on ,sometimes the car also trembles like it is going to turn the car off, lately i had an accident and they changed the dutchboard, any tips here please my email is pacefrans@gmail.com

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  • pacefrans Oct 25, 2008

    my problem is that my accent is stopping when i change a top gear to a lower gear especially seclnd and first, this problem is occurs especially in the morning and when the lights are on ,sometimes the car also trembles like it is going to turn the car off, lately i had an accident and they changed the dutchboard, any tips here please my email is pacefrans@gmail.com

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My best advise to you is to take the car back to wherever it was that did the repairs and tell them your problem.  Usually they will fix it free of charge as it is their fault (Unless there were more repairs needed than what was done, basically if the problem has been caused by the work they did).  If that doesn't work I would try starting with the wiring, particularly the ignition harness.

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