Question about 2000 Hyundai Sonata
The temperature reached 3 below zero two nights ago. The car wont start. The radio, headlights, and interior lights work. I tried engine starter fluid and check 3 of the plugs. The plugs showed no sign of water in the oil, so I assume the block is not cracked. Someone told me that it could be the fuel pump or that it may need a tuneup. Any thoughts on this?
Check the fuel press, a quick check of the pump can be made by turning the key on with the windows rolled up and all accessories off, , u should hear a faint hum for about 5 seconds, if u don't most likely the pump has stuck from the cold or wear or both.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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