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Acceleration up to 60 kms an hour than its fine

When I accelerate between 0 and 60 kms an hour my Santa Fe chugs along then after this its fine and it doesn't do it when it's idling. I'm not sure if it might be the oxygen sensor or the ignition coils that might be causing this.

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Its sounds like your ignition coils or plug wires ,your on the right track.

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