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Vechile stuttering I have a Hyndai Accent 1500 1995 model. I have changed the fuel pump and it is still stuttering especially when going up a hill. Is there anything else that could be causing this ?

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  • pito bulon Mar 13, 2009

    I sent to the mechanic they change fuel pmp, spark plugs, wire, flow meter, but still missfire, after start posible 2,3 minuye runing, the vehicle do not have power, now not reading well fuel.

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Misfire..check electrical secondary (plugs wires coils)...also a huge vacuum leak can do it ...good luck

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