1996 Hyundai Elantra won't start
Have you checked the battery if thats fine. If you have then it could be the engine is just not good. But it can also be as simple as a gas flow problem. Only thing is finding where the link is. Reading what you have wrote it could be so many different things. It could be an electrical problem. But it can also be a fuel injector problem too. I don't believe it's an exhaust problem. Because for the most part an exhaust problem will cause a car to really lose power, but not so much shut off or not start up. You have a new battery,plug,filters. I don't believe it's the distributive cap. Well, you have changed most of the basic parts that you should, and it's still doing it. Don't put any more money into parts until you know exactly what's going on. That's a great way to go broke. I know. What I suggest is, well first, is your machanic from Hyundai. If not take your car to a Hyundai dealer ship and have them hook up your car to a computer. Even if your mechanic has a computer to connect your car to his computer might not be able to see everything. Only a Hyundai dealer can. It might cost $200 or so, but you'll know the problem. Let me know if this sound good for you. Wish I knew what was wrong.
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on Apr 09, 2013