Question about 2002 Hyundai Accent
You can have a weak or fuel injector or a bad fuel pressure regularator.you may not be grtting enough gas to all the injectors
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hyundai accent 2000
mine did the same thing i had to have mine chassie dyno tuned as it was floding on idel.
also have your ignition looked at my imobiliser was shoot when i got it fixed it seemed to help
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
I have seen coil packs go bad on several Hyundai Accents, the coils will do exactly what they are supposed to (hence your check with an ohm meter), however, the coils short through the outer casing. Try running the car when it is dark out and spraying the coil packs with water. Listen for clicking and watch for arching from the coils to any metal around them. Look for abnormal detonation marks in the outer casing. My guess is you just need a set of new coils. If the Problem is worse in the rain then you have found your problem. Remember, If your car has been misfiring (as noted by the engine codes you listed), the EGR valve can become clogged and damage can be done to your catalytic converter as unburned fuel detonates inside it (keep an eye out for O2 codes in the future). Also, your new plugs can become fouled, be sure they are clean once you fix the problem. Checking your plugs can also be a useful indication of which cylinder is misbehaving.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
itsounds like an immobillzer problem is the yellow key light on the instrument panel lighting up if not thats why there is no spark and i bet u dont hear the fuell pump running either
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Maybe the coil pack module that the coil packs sit on is bad if it's like a GM.
Changing the coil packs alone won't always solve the problem.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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