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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p1403 is a problem with the DTML sensor ... thats associated with the charcoal canister ... that is often caused by putting too much gas in the tank (overfilling) ... gas gets into the charcoal canister and contaminates it .. you could also have a bad sensor .. there are two .. one on the throttle body the other on the engine .. sometimes the wiring going to these sensors gets corroded or damaged .. contamination in the canister may clear itself in time if you avoid overfilling ..
Seems you didn't understand what you wrote, much less what you meant. Tell you what, happens what this is not maf problem sensor or gas filter problem after replace you filter... after replace you filter, get expert to replace filter he then not go party with not start.
Step 1. Find a OBDII scanner (OBD stands for On-Borard-Diagnostics). Find out what DTC code (or codes) are stored in the ECU (DTC = Diagnostic Trouble Code, and ECU = Engine Control Unit - it's the computer which manages engine operation).
Step 2. After you find out which code is stored in the ECU, go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register your veh (by VIN). Afterward, you can navigate the Hyundai Service Site to find out what system is giving you problems, the diagnosis procedure and what may be needed to fix it.
Nuff said... Let me know what you find.
The car either has to be leaking oil, or burning it out the exhaust. You should check to see if there is oil on the bottom of the engine. If clean, it can be burning oil cause rings or shot, emisssion system sucking it back through the engine, etc. Your engine should be in good condition since only 55K miles, unless it got overheated or something. Hope this is a place for you to start, Rick