2001 hyundai two door stalls at lights

Asked by Apr 17, 2017 at 09:26 PM about the 2001 Hyundai Accent GS

Question type: General

What is the cause of my 2001 hyundai two door.  It
starts fine n drives fine but when i go to pull up at
lights it sometimes stalls.  It sounds as thought
there is no fuel but its full.   I have to rev it to take
off its a manual

3 Answers

7,385

Is the check engine light on. If it is read the codes. If not on, check for vacuum leaks, check fuel pressure. If everything checks out good, check TPS sensor

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No light at all comes on. Just idles rough wen i pull up or go to park other than that runs well.

7,385

Before you start with checklist above, check the air filter and if filter is clean, proceed with checklist above. If everything looks good, clean the throttle body

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