Question about 2007 Hyundai Accent GS Hatchback
Car will not start when it's below 30 or 35 degrees. It cranks over fine but won't fire. Had it to the dealer and they put it on the computer and said there is nothing wrong with the car. If I put a torpedo heater under the engine and warm it up for 10 minutes the car will start right up. Once the car has ran for a little bit it will start fine for a couple of hours after.
Probably need to be using a lighter weight oil. I use 5w-30 in central Texas. If you are that far north, where oil gets cold and thickens up....
have dealer verify by dropping off for service, parking outside overnight, and then try to bring it into the service bay next morning for service.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
SOURCE: Flashing Engine Light
yes you have an engine misfire, probably a bad spark plug or plug wire, maybe a coil issue, do not continue to drive it or you will do severe damage to the catylitic converter
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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