Engine loses power during warmup. Hyundai Excel 1996
It starts well and drives good for approximately 2 kilometers, then loses power for a short time. It feels too lean, then comes good after about 10 to 15 seconds. It is not safe to drive during that time.
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Sounds internail, Hopefully it's just maybe a rod bolt come lose. But could also be the camshaft, Check and see if your still getting fire to plugs, If camshaft is busted it will not fire. Befor you have any work done be sure to get a sec, opinion and price quote. Best of luck to you.
sometimes loss of power can be caused by a clogged catalytic converter which can make the car at times hesitate, and about the trasmission maybe the governor on it might be faulty what that does it changes the gears when it reaches certain speed
hi-- i believe they are referring to the ignition timing not the valve timing!-----however,excels are bad for doing timing belts and if you have done the kilometers --then by all means have the belt replaced--------it can cause very expensive damage if it goes on the road---cheers