I have a 1.6 Matrix . Going up even a slight hill and trying to axcellerate the engine stops like a stubborn donkie untill you slack off then it goes again. The same happens when switching on the airc

Asked by Oompie Oct 31, 2014 at 09:12 AM about the 2006 Hyundai Matrix

Question type: Maintenance & repair

Using the aircon and going uphill needing moor power the car just about stops in its
tracks. what can the cause of this be?

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The answer to my question was a missing SNSR fuse from the fuse box 10A. After i put in a new fuse the problem was solved and I get more KPLit.

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