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Speed sensor i went to auto zone n they gave me a recepit that said wht my check engine light was on. it said poor circuit connection, speed sensor. i took it to a mechanic n found out i had a wire shortage for all the lights but he said he could not fix it. do u know what i can do to fix it and how much will it be?

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Unless you know anything about electrical, i would recommend taking it to the hyundai dealer- they have all of the tools and knowlage to fix problems such as yours- depending on how long it takes to diagnose the short and fix it will determine your cost. if its just a broken wire i would say don't expect over $300- hope this helps and good luck

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