Hyundai XG300
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Why does your Hyundai xg300 stall when you drive through water?

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2007-03-02 04:05:46
2007-03-02 04:05:46

It could be that your ignition wires are getting wet and grounding out. You might want to replace the spark plug wires and coil wire.

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