Question about Hyundai Excel
I have had a problem with my car lacking power for awhile now, it has been idling rough and when you drive it hestites and then surges when it kicks back in as my foot is to the floor, but just yesterday I had it at hyundai and after a couple of hours they decided it had something to do with the timing as it is 85deg and they say it is meant to be 5deg. What affect does this have on my timing belt and should I have it replaced?
As a mechanic, I would be checking the afm and throttle sensor, located near the air intake unit, excels have a known problem for this unit going faulty, would probably cost around $40.00 AU.
That would be my starting point.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
Hi-- i believe they are referring to the ignition timing not the valve timing!-----however,excels are bad for doing timing belts and if you have done the kilometers --then by all means have the belt replaced--------it can cause very expensive damage if it goes on the road---cheers
Posted on May 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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