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2001 accent low prm power loss

2001 hyundai accent have check engine flashing and seems to have power loss at low rmp and i give more gas and it burps a little bit and motor shake (dont know if it helps) ... but higher rpm the it runs great like 3000 + rpm ... i just emptied the catalytic converter because it turned red may be because of my main problem but at first i had major power loss at any rpm now i sloved the power loss at high rpm im still stuck with power loss at low rpm can you help me if you need more info i can answer a specific question but sorry i dont exactly what's pertinent or not at the moment...

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  • Paul McGrath
    Paul McGrath May 11, 2010

    Did you scan the ECU for any trouble codes? that would be helpful. If you find you have misfire codes (P0300 - Random Misfire, or, P0301 - P0306 - specific cylinder), this would also be helpful. You say you 'emptied' the catalytic converter - ?? what do you mean?

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    if check engine light is flashing u probably have a missfire code,it can be caused by 1 cylinder or it can be a random missfire,youll have to scan car ecm to know.



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