Question about 1997 Hyundai Accent
Daignostics shown that the computre box needs to be replaced.After fitting two boxes with the same serial number than the one installed, the vehicle won't start .At first we pluged the computer box in of the person that did the diagnostics (his spare) then he did a diagnostisc test again and the vehicle was running smooth and nice. The first box that I've purchest at a 2nd hand shop was not giving me the results that i've hoped for. When I plugged it in and try to start the vehicle it was mis firing and splatter when I press the accelerator. I then plugged it out and plugged my original computre box in .but the car was now in a worse condition. I've tried another box ,but the same results. Since then i've changed the airflow meter and the idle speed activator. but the vehicle will not start. I will go and start testing the wrea from the fuel pump. Please advise me
Unhook the battery for a few minutes.the ecu needs to relearn all the data
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Disconnect battery when changing pooters
then scan it
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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