Question about Hyundai Motor 2003 Elantra
Original problem , overheated on the interstate, pulled to the shoulder immediately,I already new that i had a low coolant sensor that needs replacement, however once the car cooled and water put into radiator,
the engine try's to turn over, I jump started 3 times no effect, next checked
ignition fuse [good] next checked fuel pump relay by swapping it with a suitable substitute and tried it still would'nt start . so my questio i swhere is th easiest place to break the gas line to see if the car is pumping gas to the engine or not.
Hi there i would probably be giving it a compression check to start with , if it has over heated it may have blown a head gasket and now has no compression.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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