Question about Hyundai Tucson
SOURCE: Power loss / low idle speed
This could be a multitude of things but my first suggestion would be to change the spark plugs. They are cheap and can be bought at any auto parts store.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: rear wheel bearing hyundai coupe
just remove the wheel and count the teeth on the ring on the rear brake thats all you need to do. Since you can't drive it take it off and take it in to compare parts so you don't have to go back twice. You will need a new wheel seal and race and bearings.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Determine whether the jerking is engine or transmission related. One way to determine if it is the transmission lock up converter is acting erratically is to down shift out of OD. And see if jerking persist. If it goes away suspect transmission to have problems with torque converter or TCC solenoid . If it doesn't go away determine whether or not the engine sounds to be misfiring. If so vehicle may require a tune up. Many vehicles can be diagnosed for free at your local Auto Zone.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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