Question about 1992 Hyundai Excel
Hmm difficult one this,its a sensor ok thats causing the problem but what one iam not sure air flow meter is most likely suspect to change all the bits to find the fault you would need an exact model the same to interchange the bits thats the easy way ,try asking in the dealers or catching the mechanics when they are in the local cafe done this before for technical information only problem was none of them knew as only the technician had access to the computer and they were not allowed near it and he pulled the curtain across when he done electrical diagnosis.anyway try the old fashioned cure for this drill a small hole in the petrol cap or in the tube behind it to let air into tank ,cant say weither it will solve the problem or not but it wont hurt.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Your problem is called vapor look where fuel gasses stop the flow of petrol
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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