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 email@example.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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P0734 = 4th gear incorrect ratio (that's the torque converter 'lock-up' clutch - inside the converter). P1401 = doesn't exist for 2002 Hyundai Accent's P1401 exists for 2000 Accent = DM-TL Air Pump Motor Curent Draw is higher or lower than expected (normal is 17-36 mA). DM-TL = Diagnostic Module for Tank Leakage & is part of the Evaporative Emissions Control System.
These two DTC's are not associated/part of the Accent's Engine Managemenet System (EMS). Best to have a qualified/certified Hyundai Service Technician properly diagnose this starting problem with your vehicle.
the new hyundais shift into second gear when coming to a stop and stay ther until u hit the throttle agian to accel and then they downshift into first for take off,thats how they get such a smooth idle when stopped,try takin it to the dealer ,they will most likely tell u the same thing,hopr this helps
Have you changed your transmission fluid? I am assuming that it is automatic.Could be low on transmission fluid. Could also be filters in you tranny stopped up with slug/ gear shivers.Could also be band in transmission needs adjusting.
okay. there could be a couple of problems with your transmission.
1). it's quite possible that the clutch discs inside of your transmission have finally burned out. Hyundai has been known for making faulty transmissions for the accent for the first generation models.
2). if the car doesn't go in first gear, try driving it in normal mode and not economy. the accent purposely pulls in second gear in economy mode, when warmed up, in order to get into the high 30 mpgs.
3). faulty shift control solenoid. These have also been known to be defective with the first generation accent (1995-1999).
4). Your transmission fluid leaked out, prior to the mechanic fixing it, and the high heat building up in the transmission as well as the low amount of fluid in the transmission helped to burn it out.
for options 1 and 4, you wont know the actual problem unless you pull the transmission out and examine all of the clutch discs.
hope this helps...
~Proud owner of a 1997 Accent GL
It sounds like there could be 2 possible problems. 1) the spark plugs might be too old and do not convert power efficiently causing it to shudder or even stall when power needs increase (I suggest a tune-up). Or 2) the timing could be off and needs to be adjusted by a mechanic, while you're at it you might want to see how worn your timing belt is, if it no longer grips it can cause off time explosions in the valve chambers and you'll definitely get some shaking action and even stalling and if it snaps, the car won;t be going anywhere (til the belt it gets replaced).
check out for worn out clutch plates . The second problem could with a worn out gear. Do all gears make a sound during the change or its the lower gears . Generally the First- second shift and Reverse gears cause this problem on the Accent .