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You may get some popping with a leaking exhaust but not common. Sounds like you're in need of a tune up. Spark plugs and new wires to start. The flames are due to unburnt fuel from mostly a miss fire. Try a simple tune up first, also make sure you have a new air filter to help the motor breathe easier and save money at the pumps. Be sure to check and replace any old/cracked vacuum lines as this will cause poor performance too. Hope this helps start you in the right direction.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Hyundai XG-300 witn 86,000
i have run into this before. the mass air flow sensor is contaminaited take it out clean it with parts cleaner on the element first if this doe not fix it replace it. thank you
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
I had the same problem, thinking it was bad gas, or bad wires, or even a clogged fuel filter, had the engine checked out by a reputable gear head. A head bolt broke, then a intake lobe from cylinder #4 spun round thus causing your car to constantly backfire, also check to see if your head gaskets aren't blown (water-n-oil), all these were found once the engine was disassembled. Good luck trying to find a good used 3.4
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: 1992 Chevy S10 2.5L-4 cylinder.
My 1990 S10 pick-up had a similar problem too. It would start up fine (while the engine was cold) then once the engine warmed up it would idle very rough, sputter, and even stall out. My grandpa and I found what was wrong finally. The fuel distributor had been cracked, so when the engine warmed up it would miss (giving either too much or not enough fuel). So I recommend that you check that. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
IM A NISSAN TECH THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMS WITH THE 95 MAX IS IGNITION COILS OR A BAD MAS AIRFLOW METER CHECK DTC CODES BUT IF ITS JUST ON ACC ITS PROB A MASS AIR FLOW
Posted on May 16, 2011
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