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My hyundai atos (r reg) cuts out under rapid acceleration only

Under gental acceleration all runs as normal. the vehicle is an atos not as listed below.

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    HYUNDAI ATOS 2000 - LACK OF POWER WHEN ACCELATION

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thanks for making contact.problem solved via another totaly free site and better inspection on my part.

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