Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
THE PROBLEM IN THE(ECT) ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR ITS IN THE ENGINE ROOM NEAR THE THERMOSTAT WHEN IT COLD THE ENGINE TAKE THE FUEL AND START UP BUT WHEN THE ENGINE WORM UP THE FUEL IS TOO MUCH AND AFTER HOURS THE ENGINE BE COLD AND NEED TOO MUCH FUEL TO RUN
TEST THE (ECT) BY DIAGNOSES DEVICE OR BY (AVO METER) IT RANG 2,5 VOLT WHEN COLD TO 1,1 VOLT WHEN WORM UP
IF IT OK THE PROBLEM IN THE FUEL INJECTORS HAVE A LEAK FUEL IN IT
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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