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I have a hyundai elatnra 99 with 115k miles on it. in the morning or after work when the car is idle for a long time and I start the car it make the sound of missing and then in few seconds its ok

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Sounds like u have an engine misfire .probably due to worn tune up parts. if u have individual coilpaks on top of each sprkplug, then u need to get ur chek engine light scanned to find which cyl is at fault, then most common issues with these systems are the coils on top of the cylinders.they start to fail intermittently and eventually fail altogether causing a misfire that wont go away. i would get a free chek eng code pull at autozone or pep boys they do this for free then ucan decide which coil its gonna need along with ur plugs and boots for all ur coils to solve this issue .good luck

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