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

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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.

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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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