Question about 2006 Hyundai Accent
Has new alternator that has been retested and shows 14.5V output. Have changed the battery, so is new with 12V output, along with changing battery ends which was not corroded but did have a crack. The battery light is remaining on along with the emergency light is staying lit on the dash. We changed the motor from an '06 to an '07, all hook ups matched except a Map Sensor. When the diagnostic was run on the engine, we had a misfire on cylinder 1 & 4, changed coils and now we have no codes reading. If anyone might can give me ideas on the charging system, please help cause I am at a loss.
Posted by Anonymous on
14.5V output. is to spec on a new alternator
at rest battery will be 12 volts
whats the problem
Posted on Apr 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI first off the O2 slow resp code is an exhaust leak and not the O2 sensors itself. Slow resp codes is due to to the O2 reading 2 much oxygen or to little exhaust caused by a leak. Now on to the more important. first thing you should do is go buy a can of starter fluid or 2+2 gum cutter and spray it near the injector number one if the intake gasket is or the injector is leaking the car will sputter than run ok for about a second and then start miss fireing again. Dont buy a coil yet. Try this. get a plastic spray bottle and fill it with alittle luquid soap and the rest water. spray the coil pack and look and listen if you hear a clicking noise or a a blue sparking arking off of the coil, also do tis with a your spark plug wires. One last thing if your spark plugs are not ngk thay are wrong and that also maybe part of your problem.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
There are various questions to ask in order to help you.
When does it stall?
If it stalls when the AC of the car turns on, then this handy diagnostic article will help solve your problem:
Likely applicable to your situation--since you say the car runs fine when it is "warmed up"--when the car stalls because the engine is NOT warmed up and is otherwise cold, this handy diagnostic article will help solve your problem:
And as to backfiring when you initially run your car, this handy article really helps in identifying the common causes of such a problem:
This should help.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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