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Stability my elantra is not going at more than 140 km/h

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If you haven't already try a tune up, and also have the (maf) mass air flow sensor checked.

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My car dont go over 140 km/h even after pressing full throttle.


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I have a 2012 hyundai elantra and my check engine light came on after 300 km on it. "I took it to the dealership and they said the code that appears is P0741. Is that a major issue?


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Need info on timing belt 1998 hyundai elantra


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The switch near the shifter is the ECT (transmission control) which selects NORMal driving mode, and PoWeR mode. It is the battle between economy (NORM) and driving performance (PWR). As tested, the PWR mode delays your A/T upshift to a higher RPM. This utilizes your engine's higher revs, but really cuts into fuel economy.

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Motor shaking ( Elantra 2002,115,000 km)


Could be that plug wire, pull that plug wire and see if there is a spark while cranking the engine( you will need an asisstant). 2nd thing, could be a fowled or bad fuel injector.

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