Hyundai atos has no power
Electronic diagnostic equipment will answer this quickly.
This could be related to fuel to air mixture.
The possibility is good that it is ignition and valve timing related.
It could also be a worn cam belt drive pulley (gear).
Check the condition of the cam belt drive pulley located at the bottom of the engine on the crankshaft. I have written an article previously related to this pulley wearing out and damaging the timing pick up sensor as well as throwing out igntion and valve timing. If you dont have access to electronic diagnostic equipment it might be worth your while doing this mechanical check. Remove top cam belt cover. Manually turn engine till you line up the top camshaft sprocket with the casing timing mark (tdc). Then check the position of the bottom v-belt timing mark. It should be exactly on TDC. If not, there is a cam timing issue which could be related to the cambelt drive pulley (gear).To confirm, remove the cam belt covers and check the drive pulley carefully. It will take you a couple of hours, but will help confirm this.
Jul 12, 2014 |
2006 Hyundai Atos 1.1