Question about Hyundai Elantra
Get the fuel pressure tested first-your pump is probably getting tired. They do not tolerate being run low on fuel since they are located in the tank and the gas cools the pump-so if you run the tank under 1/4 level, it may be time to replace it, but when the car has been driven for a while and the pressure is tested, it might read low-another possibility is the O-rings on your injectors are leaking-does it smoke when you finally get it started? If so, they dry out and crack, flooding the engine-hence no start until the gas leaks past the piston rings, into your crankcase and oil-not good, since gas and oil are not great lubricants.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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