Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
Do you have a 'Check Engine" light? Did you check engine oil level & Trans fluid level & condition? If no check engine light and all powertrain fluid levels are good and clean, this drivability problem is pointing more and more to a restriction in the exhaust system (clogged catalytic converter(s). Normally, a clogged CAT will give you check engine light.... but there have been many cases where it doesn't. Diagnostic procedures recommend you use a OBDII scanner and monitor O2 sensor activity (both upstream and downstream) while performing a "Stall Test". Recommend you have this problem diagnosed at a Hyundai Service Center to CONFIRM/VERIFY this suspicion. Otherwise, it could be any number of Engine Management System problems (MAF, MAP, TPS, ECM, ETC, IAT, Intake Air Hose, Vacuum Leaks, etc.).
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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