Question about 2004 Hyundai Elantra
I have checked spark plug gaps,air filter and vacume hoses and all appears ok. The engine seems to take a little longer than expected to return to idle after you rev the engine out of gear. The only obvious thing left to mention is a hole in the exhaust pipe just before the back box at the rear of the car,could that effect performance to such a high degree...?
Have you replaced the fuel filter . A clogged fuel filter can cause fuel filter can cause poor power problems . Try to accelerate quickly and see it the engine cuts out as it is running out of gas . If it does change the filter . Hope this corrects the problem
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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