Question about 2000 Hyundai Accent
The problem could be the fuel injectors being clogged, or the spark plugs. The ether in starting fluid is more combustible than gasoline so it ignites more easily. If you filled up with gas recently it could be a bad batch of gas.
With the car in park once you get it cranked put the pedal to the floor. If the engine revs up really high then gas is actually getting into the cylinders. try revving the engine really high (but not above redline) for a few minutes if you have a clogged injectors this could clean them out a bit. If the issue goes away use a bottle of injector cleaner in your gas for the next few tanks.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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