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I have a problem with my hyundai 01 accent the rpm jumps up to 5000 just for a few seconds when driving or when stoped its been getting worse and no mchanic will fix it couse the moter lights not on, but could it be the pcv?

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  • danellawilli Oct 01, 2010

    ill check it out.

  • danellawilli Oct 01, 2010

    i know what u mean now i dont think i have a cable there iv looked before and didnt find anything like that

  • danellawilli Oct 01, 2010

    my moter reacts when the rpm jumps a sencer would couse all that? what about a ignition moduler?

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Check out your throtle position sencer

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  • danellawilli Oct 01, 2010

    wouldent the moter light go on if it was a sencer?

  • Corey Frank Oct 01, 2010

    not all mine didnt 2002 durango it was doing the same thing with no light on dash but the tps fixed it right up hope this is your prob its a cheap fix

  • danellawi549 Oct 01, 2010

    wouldent that couse that 2?

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Do you mean PCM? Check the cable linkage going from the gas pedal through the firewall, to the throttle assembly. I've seen cars do this when the throttle assembly gets stuck on cruise control parts or in itself.

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  • danellawilli Oct 01, 2010

    i dont have cruise control so it cant be it its gotta b the moduler

  • Corey Frank Oct 01, 2010

    it will have a tps its mounted on throttle body or intake cruse or not allmost all newer cars have them

  • Corey Frank Oct 01, 2010

    the tps tells the computer were the peddle is if it goes bad it will be unsteady

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