Question about Hyundai Motor 2003 Elantra
Took my car to the mechanic but he still didn't get in on a computer yet and said my tramsission more then likely is sticking because of the fuel pump. he said i should change the fuel pump and if not the fuel pump he will put the old pump back on. should i get a second opinion?
I mentioned thats is possible TSP Sensor but no engine light came on.
Yesterday they were trying to trouble shoot the problem by looking it online. The employee that has the computer to check the car problems was off. Should I let them install a new fuel pump or get a second opinion
My friend to fill up my tank and put fuel injector cleaner in which I did but I am still getting the problem . It happens more when coming home from work mostly when I am stopped at lights.
I already had a transmission flush and new sparkplugs put in and they thought would solve this. so far it hasn't. What should I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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