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Question Engine dies under 1500 rpm!

Hello!

I have a Hyundai Accent of 2007.

- It has no issues with the starter
- No issues with the dynamo
- No issues with the battery
- The fuel is normal and I also added fuel booster
- The car starts normally without any difficulties
- It functions normally, makes no weird sounds, when I stop at a traffic light it keeps idling normally and the temperature reaches the predicted limit and the ventilator starts normally.

I am dealing with the following problem:

When I drive for a few kilometers, if the engine rmp drops under 1500, e.g. at a stop, the car turns off and cannot be started with the starter.
It can get started if pushed and functions normally, but OVER 1500 rpm, without any problem.
If I stop and let the car cool down for over half an hour, it will start normally with the starter and function normally.

I cannot figure out what is wrong with my car. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance!

P.S. Please, excuse my English.
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Yeah, what he said.

Your asking for help with an engine problem but don't bother to tell us what engine we're dealing with. Is it MPI, GDI or CRDi??

Your problem sounds like it might be temperature related. Have you checked the engine control temperature using a scan tool? Have you done any other checks to try and diagnose the issue?
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Have you checked the MAP sensor ?
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Have you checked the IAC?
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