Hyundai amica 2002 reg - when the car get warm the engine dies
I went sopping on saturday approx 2.5 miles came hoem emptid the car and had to go back on my way home the car die and all the light came up on the dash board - please reply to my husbands email below - sorry but the Amica is not listed in the list of cars if you are unable to help please let me know
Re: hyundai amica 2002 reg - when the car get warm the...
Kindly check Battery, if battery is good. then try Push starting it, if the probelm is solved, take the vehicle to garage it might be problem of a PIV Sensor, of Starter motor must be weak or check any back compression is started in your car, if it has started then...
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sounds like the head or head gasket is blown. your cylinders may be getting coolant in them which will not only cause the motor to lockup, but also cause bent rods and valves. check your oil dipstick and transmission dipstick to see if it looks like water or coolant is presant, also check the coolant to see if it smells like gas or has any kind of oil in it, if so, your head is likely blown.
CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR IS LOCATED BANK 1 ON BACK TOP ENGINE HEAD. YOU ALSO ANOTHER CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR ON BANK 2 ON TOP FRONT OF ENGINE.YOUR PURGE SOLENOID VALVE IS ON BANK 2 ON TOP ENGINE HEAD CLOSE TO CMP SENSOR ON BANK 2 ALSO.
Kelly; Funny this truck ran good 1 day and not the next. 1 of 3 problems; 1.Injector pump failure, plastic part inside. Notorious failure.
2. Fuel pump failure.
3. When you filled up at the station, you may have got a dose of water in the tank. I would check this first by draining fuel and looking for water. If you find water, more than usual, you may have an insurance claim against station.