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2006 Sonata no start

For the third time in three weeks the vehicle fails to start, but will crank and sputter/die, after a run in temps above 100. Today 108, short run to borders, less than 5 miles, car set 5-10min. no over heat problem, gave up after an hour.

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They have had problems with bad fuel pumps.

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