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Poor acceleration i Have a 2004 hyundai sonata, with aprox. 60,000 miles on it, and i have been having some issues with the car. it seems to stutter (it feels like a stall) a lot whenever i try to accelerate, especially in cold or rainy weather. after some time the stuttering does stop but i need to know what the root of the issue is. i have already tried changing the air filter, and adding fuel injector cleaner, but that didn't seem to help at all. the car also has a sqeaky belt and i am wondering if this could be part of the problem, or something more superficial. any information you have would be greatly appreciated.

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Try some sea foam //and some fuel injector cleaner trust me this helps!!!!!!!!!!!!

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http://www.scribd.com/doc/29113477/2000-Hyundai-Sonata-Owners-Manual

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