Question about 2004 Hyundai Elantra
This is a common dodge problem since yo have tried everything else so far. Have you checked your fuel lines you may have grit in the lines and or the fuel tank. The debris may be not large enough to completely stop fuel flow just cut it down. Not enough fuel engine bucks and slows but is getting enough not to stall. Try new fuel lines first then an injector cleaner in case the injectors are clogged. Replace your fuel filter when you do the lines. Then if all else fails flush the tank and pump. I wish you the best on this MY dodge van drove me insane bucking till new lines and filter had sand in the tank .
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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