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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-13-2011, 05:44 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 2000 model accent manual trans its just recently clocked 200 000 km I know the car has had problems but they are getting worse Occasionally I have Problems starting the car in the past but it usually takes no more than 5 turns to get started but this is getting worse the other day it took about 5 min maby more to get the car started Im guessing my starter motor probley Needs to be changed

next problem yesterday after I put a full tank of Premium 98 in the car its starts to rev itself changing the sound and note of the motor running constantly it has done this in the past but not so severly and It only seem to do so after putting petrol Especially when I put fuel From a servo I dont usually go to the car would have stalled more than once but didnt only because I tryed to keep the revs up when it sounded like it was gunna die also impretty sure my fan was making some weird noises but the car has had no engine Light show and no Overheating

Has anyone else had similar problems or can you give me a hint as to what could be going on

I look forward to getting some replys Thanks from Angie
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The engine reving itself is a clue that the Throttle Position Sensor is dieing.

I dont think that the fuel is to blame for the reving however if there is water or other garbage in the fuel that can plug up the fuel filter and cause hard starting.
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