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I have hyndai elantra 2001 automatic sometimes hesitant to start.

I have hyndai elantra 2001 (March 2001) automatic. Sometimes car is hesitant to start and it take like 5 tries to go on and start. Once started, there will be no problem for like a month (i can turn it off and start it again normally). Any suggestion ?

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Sounds like a fuel pressure problem. Check/inspect your electrical connections to the fuel pump (power & ground). Also, connect a fuel pressure gauge to the fuel line at the fuel injector rail - leave it connected so if and when you have this problem again, you will be able to determine if the cause is fuel pressure/pump.

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