Question about 1989 Hyundai Excel Hatchback
You issue is common with 'AGING' vehicles.... this drivability issue is not necessarily Hyundai Excels. As vehicles age, there are 'MULITPLE' probable causes... primarily the Throttle Position Sensor (which is the MOST COMMON cause). Find a COMPETENT TECHNICIAN to bench test it! If it tests 'GOOD'.. then the diagnosis has to continue to determine the 'ACTUAL' cause.... Sorry, that's the business of 'DIAGNOSIS'.... it ALWAYS takes TIME!
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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