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Accent 2001 won't start after driving for only 100km

I have the accent for a few months and if i drive around few km no problem. As soon as i drive for more then 100 km in a day , the same day or the next it won't start. i think i smell burn odor when i have been driving many km. It does that everytime. Yesterday i drove for 183 km in the same day came back home, today the car won,t start at all. driving few km around town it goes very well. plugs , timing belt are 8 months old. gas line seems ok .no other problem. i'm afraid to take it and stall somewhere. very very odd

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You may want to see if your catalitic converter is clogged up. I had a car that had that problem, when you drove too much it would die and wouldn't start for a long time after that. I had the converter replaced and now it drives just fine. May not be the same problem but it could be. and most muffler shops will check for a small fee if not for free.

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