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indicates that the insulation rubbers around the subframe bolts are failed and the subframe is hitting on the cabin floor or the cabin floor in taht area is rusted out

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take a look at your ignition coils or is it a distributor set up ( bad ignited in the distributor )

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door lock actuator might be faulty or bad electrical contact
take off the door panel and diconnect and reconnect the wiring, you might need to change door lock actuator

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Try to describe the sound as well as you can. Could it be an exhaust leak?

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flywheels or flex plates ( manual or automatic)
flywheels will generally shatter the bell housing so It may be flex plates
They crack the center out from incorrect fitment of the washes at the crank shaft that makes them flex against the torque converter
generally it is the omission or the incorrect fitment of the large dish shaped washes or the flex plate not being turn around until all of the bolts screw all the way in finger tight
the units are make in thousands and last hundreds of thousands of miles so to have such a problem is lack of attention to detail on fitment or lack of trade skill in the fitting

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that may be a driver option in the cluster settings you will have to cycle through the menu and find if it can be turned off

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hyundai elantra If you want to solve your problem, click on the link I attached

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Do you own a DMM - digital multi-meter ? Do you know what a wiring diagram is an how to read one ? Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter vehicle info. Year , make , model an engine size. Under system click on lighting, then under subsystem click on courtesy lamps. Click the search button then the blue link . First diagram , look at the right , you will see trunk room lamp .At the top you'll see the fuse the supply's power to the lamp . Check for B+ voltage going in an out , check the switch .
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Look at your air intake on the motor: as the pedal is pushed you'll see the apparatus and a screw that controls how far back the pedal goes when it's not being pushed. The easiest way is to see the idle adjusted and more fixes for the idle problems are available on YouTube and through a Google search.

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Hyundais have the tendancy to blow the ignition switch, yours was probabbly replaced, and by doing so you will need the Original key the car came with, not the new one included in the kit for the ignition switch.. also have you checked the little battery for the keyfob??? it probabbly went dry.

best regards!

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doubt it's the switch ,but you never know until testing is done . Do you know what that is ? Automotive systems electrical testing , view a wiring diagram too see what all is involved in said circuit ,an using a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter to test B+ voltage an ground ? Looking at the wiring diagram for the blower motor circuit for your vehicle i see a blower motor relay , a blower motor resistor pack an the blower motor switch . The switch is just a path to ground . If it doesn't work on high speed i would suspect the blower motor relay . View the wiring diagram here
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Enter your vehicle information , year , make , model and engine size. Under system click on HVAC ,then under subsystem HVAC controls will come up on it's own . Click the search button then the blue link . Buy a cheap volt meter an test the circuit . That is after watching these videos .
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Learn how to test an save money , it's easy ! Is there B+ voltage at the relay .Also check out how a relay work's an how to test .

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Check for a vacuum hose leak

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The head gasket is allowing compression gas into the water jacket. Did you have the head ground flat before installing it on the head gasket?. Was the old head gasket completely removed from the block? It doesn't take much if a speck of old gasket remains on the block.

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Vent valve has failed closed or cannister is clogged up. Have the evap system checked from the tank to the charcoal canister. If you need to drive to a mechanic, try driving with the gas cap loose.

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Which engine ?

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remove battery neg cable for 15 minutes then retry radio buttons. it will some times help with that otherwise it is internal radio issue

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Inspect the spark plugs. If they are wet, suspect the injectors may be leaking,

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Remove the two screws holding the bracket to the back of the glove box and lower the bracket. Then remove the glove box and you can access the cabin air filter door

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Try YouTube. Type disable car alarm or car alarm keeps going off. You'll find several videos of people fixing alarm malfunctions.
Good luck. Hope this helps.

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