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Why is my Hyundai Accent 2006 cvvt battling to idle after cambelt broke. Was replaced with valves ect. Currently driving without airflow sencor being plugged in. Wouldn`t idle with it plugged in?

Compression test was done - 100 percent. Three of the 4 pencil coils have been replaced. Car was at Hyundai on computer couldn`t find anything. This problem is ongoing for almost 3 months. Please help!

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  • Bill Boyd Mar 04, 2015

    have the camshaft timing rechecked. If there are no fault codes then the problem has to be mechanical. valve timing, hydraulic followers etc. It is strange that thee is no code for the MAF/VAFnot plugged in

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I would suggest a compression test to ensure that all the damaged valves were replaced. Replace the MAF sensor as it appears that it is faulty

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    Hannelie Goosen Mar 04, 2015

    The compression test was done and was 100 percent

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