Question about 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe
low pick up on uphill and low pick up with AC ON.
these both r general physics problem, due to the higher downforce on uphill the car will b having low pick up. n with AC 'ON' the AC will b using a part of fuel supply engine, hence with higher power on the AC, larger is the fuel sucked from the engine supply. hence the lesser is the fuel supply top the engine, thus low power output.
i requst u to please check your car performance with the car of same type, on the sane road, by yourself, then conclude that your car is not performing,
it happens with the age of the car too, with long run, ur car cluthes will b damaged, ur carborator, with low tire pressue, with low quality radiator oil, ur car engine may rise the temperature, thus reducing this power output.
surely their is no problem with your car.
a general check up with a local mechanic will surely fix it sir.
thank u .
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Generally speaking when a car stalls out going uphill, a few things come to a mechanical mind.
1. Going uphill produces a strain on the engine and drive components, if you have the old points and coil type vehicle one could suspect a faulty ignition coil as the culprit.
2. A vehicle on an incline may be low on fuel and thus stalls on a hill because it is starving for fuel on this incline.
3. A faulty float inside the float bowl of your carburator may be the problem.
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