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If my camshaft broke on my 2006 Hyundaii Sonata will my car get noisy and feel like it's not getting gas

First the check engine light came on. I took it to Auto Zone to check it and they said it was something to do with the camshaft but it was ok to drive. After about 20 minutes driving it got loud and felt like it wasn't getting gas.

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Basically, if your camshaft were to break, 2 things. One is, the motor will no longer run at all. The camshaft is on the top of the engine inside the valve cover, and it is responsible for opening and closing the valves.
Second, take some pictures, because camshafts breaking is really as rare as hen's teeth!
Wish I could tell you what the problem is, but my only suggestion is: don't drive the car, or even start it for that matter. Have it towed to a repair shop. This sounds serious.

Posted on Jan 13, 2013

  • Sarah Jan 13, 2013

    I already had it towed to my mechanics but he won't be in till tomorrow morning. I'm just hoping it don't cost too much. Thanks for your help.

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