Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Accra, Ghana
Drives Hyundai Elantra 2007 Model
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If wondering, I have my eyes set on a 2008 Hyundai Elantra with 26,000 KMs (16,500 miles) that does the same thing. The owner has brought their '08 to the dealer several times and they still cannot find the problem. re: Sometimes it starts right up. But other times (espeically when sitting 4+ hours), its engine cranks and cranks. But, it won't fire up. Then, it fires up - like nothing was wrong with it. NO computer code errors either. Last I heard, their dealer mechanics were going to stop using their computer diagnostic tools and go back to "old school" manual diagnostic methods. For example, when it will NOT start, is there spark? When it will NOT start, is there strong 12V juice going to the fuel pump wires? When it will NOT start, is there fuel pressure (meaning the fuel pump is mechanically working) as well? It's either lack of spark (ignition) or lack of gas (proper pressure). Hopefully, they can diagnos its cold starting problems as well. If not, we're not buying that low KMs/Miles 2008 vehicle.
Does anyone have diagrams or pics to share, on replacing the fuel pump in a 2007 Elantra 2.0.
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