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1999 hyundai elantra starting problems

My 1999 hyundai elantra is experience intermittent starting issues, it will make a grinding noise before it starts sometimes, other times it starts just fine.

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    tanbant Jan 12, 2012

    My 99 elantra has been doing the same thing. Now it tries to start and theres a whirring sound instead of the car starting. Going to replace the starter and see if that helps

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Only two cds I own will play all of the time. Others will for different amounts of time, then display "ERROR 43" and stop, others will just display "ERROR 43" from the start. I only just started having this problem a few months ago. How can I fix it?

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Remove the starter motor and check for damage/wear on the teeth of the starter motor and the ring gear teeth on the flywheel.turn the engine by hand while checking the ring gear so as to check the condition all the way around.hope this helps

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