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My hyundai atos 1 automatic gear delays for a long time(motionless) before responding gradually when ascending a shallow or steep hill.

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Check the transmission fluid level.change out the fluid if tainted.

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SOURCE: my 2001 hyundai elantra (automatic) loss power while driving

The check engine light usually comes on when there is a faulty sensor. or circuit. Sounds like you may have a faulty throttle position sensor. It would be best to have engine codes read to pinpoint exact problem area. Many part stores do this for free.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Hyundai atos 1.1 2004, 100,000 what parts must be replaced

if it has one, the timing belt should be done, along with a tune up. spark plugs air filter, fuel filter. etc

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

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SOURCE: 2000 Hyundai elantra transmission delay, reverse going

Did you check the transmission fluid level? If necessary, add fluid. However you probably have a more serious problem. Take the car to a qualified transmission mechanic.

Posted on Feb 27, 2010

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SOURCE: 1996 Isuzu Bighorn 3.1 diesel

Have the governor checked out. It sounds like the spring is weak. It does reset after shutting off the engine

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SOURCE: Surging/loss of power up steep hills in Daewoo Lanos 2001

This sounds like you may correct in saying a misfire. this sounds like a bad coil that looses power under a load. Is check engine light on?
If the light is on or not go to an auto parts store like auto zone.At auto zone they will scan the computer free of charge and give you a print out of any codes. the computer will store code or codes when it detects a problem. A bad coil will make it store a code or should.
see if there are any misfire codes, this code will help pin point the bad coil. if there are codes write me back and give me the code. I think this car has coil over plug ignition system. this just means instead of sparkplug wires the coil sits right on the top of the plug.
Also replace spark plugs if it has been a while since they have been replaced. check air filter too. a matter of fact if you have over 70,000 miles on car tune it up. plugs,furl filter if it has one, air filter and pvc valve and clean throtle body.
Okay, just checked it out, this car if a 1.6 engine then does have a coil but not on spark plug, rather coil with sparkplug wires going to plugs. try replacing spark plug wires and plugs first and if problem remains then replace the coil. let me know the results. good day

Posted on Apr 15, 2012

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I have a Toyota Corolla 1,6 year 1984. Well maintained, services up to date. Will it be detrimental to engine if I drive steep hills with the car? I have to climb a steep hill to reach work.


No
not if you drive it accordingly
steep hills are best negotiated in low fears with plenty of rpm applied
for example on a steep grade with a manual 1st or 2nd or possibly 3rd and the rpm around 2000 constant will cause it no harm
automatics will go to first automatically so keep the rpm at that mark
engine damage is experienced when the gear selected is too high and the engine is placed under extreme load so down shift to allow the engine to work easily
When going down hill select first and only use the brakes to maintain the 2000 rpm range and allow the engine compression to hold the car speed back
the rule of thumb for experienced drivers is this
you select the same gear to go down that it took to come up

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An automatic will not roll back on a gentle hill, but could do so on a steep hill. God-Bless! The torque convertor can only hold back if the grade is not to steep.

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On my 2003 Hyundai Sonata on the dash next to the gears where it says P R N D ... there is a little box, never once since I have owned it has anything ever shown up in that box, now today when I turned the...


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Hi,
Gear usage.
The Drive is for normal driving.
D2 is for hill/steep climbing drive.
D3 is for hill/steep going down drive.
If you have overdrive button, use it when you exceed 60mph.
That's all you have to do when you see roads that is going up nor down.

Thaks for asking FixYa!

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When do I use the d 5 gear in acura 2003 tl 3.2 liter


Pretty much all the time!

D3, D4, and D5 are all just *DRIVE* like on any automatic transmission, EXCEPT
that the number next to the D is the "highest gear the automatic transmission will go into".
The Acura just gives you a choice, in case you don't want to go into a higher gear (like if it's slippery traction or a steep hill, etc.)

1 means: Manual gear. FIRST GEAR ONLY.
2 means: Manual gear. SECOND GEAR ONLY.
D3 means: Use automatic transmission, but engine will never shift above 3rd gear.
D4 means: Use automatic transmission, but engine will never shift above 4th gear.
D5 means: Use automatic transmission, but engine will never shift above 5th gear.

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I have a 1995 mercury sable its an automatic. I need to know which D should i be driving in. The frist D or the Second D.


use the first D. this is overdrive. it gives you the best fuel economy. The second D downshifts the transmission into a lower gear. this would be used when climbing a steep hill (it keeps the transmission from hunting between gears) or descending an equally steep hill as it would help slow the car without using the brakes.

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When we can drive my car with automatic gear on mark 1 or 2 ?


1st and 2nd gears are for slower speeds or pulling hills not for highway driving you can also use them when towing a small trailer or going up steep hills but driving at a slower pace.D is usally where you need to be when doing normal driving or highway driving unless you have overdrive then you would want to use that on highway driving.

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My NZE corolla engine is making a rattling sound when ascending a hill.How can I stop this problem?Please give me some solutions?


Park your car on a steep hill or jack the rear end up with a jack.

Locate the timing belt cover.

Increase the rpm and listen for the "rattling sound".

Most likely it's the timing belt guide.

If your engine has over 85,000 miles then you do get a complete timing kit and do the water pump at the same time.

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shift your gear to the left one tap to go into drive 1 when climbing steep hills and it keeps you from hesitating .it works for me i have a 2009 caliber automatic and i climb alot of kentucky hills ,mine only hesitates on the really steep hills after i slow down and take off again but when i shift to d1 its fine

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