Question about 2005 Hyundai Tucson
I had the same problem, i thought it was the fuel injection. I came to this site and saw the solution to your problem and went out ( 5 min ago @ 7:08 eastern time) and found the 3" flex tube disconnected from teh air box. I reconnected it and drove the car around teh block without any problems...
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Posted on Jan 23, 2009
The clamps on the air box need to be replaced with steel ones ,otherwise you are wasting your time.
Usually this problem does not show up when reversing as the engine moves to form a better seal.
achec the clamps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
An idea to consider. I had a similar problem with an automatic Nissan Primera which stalled 50 percent of the time when idling and when coming to a stop would intermittently **** forward and the engine would then stall. It turned out to be a gearbox problem. The "gears" were not being selected correctly by the lever and were out on adjustment. In my case the gear lever would also tighten up a little when going into Park. After getting the gearbox serviced and the linkages freed up the problem went away. An idea from left field for what it is worth from my own experiences.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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