Car won't start after an oil change and belt and disk brake work done

Asked by Jan 17, 2017 at 01:13 PM about the 2009 Hyundai Tucson

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I don't understand why 2009 Tucson won't
start after oil change, change belt and
brake work done.  Mechanic said that
needs rail and fuel injectors replace. Car
was working when dropped off the shop

3 Answers

96,415

You say "change belt", what belt was that? I

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79,215

Ya, like why would he say it needs new injectors, when all he was doing is brake work, oil change, and like what belt? Serpentine belt or the timing belt?

14,165

Don't replace the fuel injectors or fuel rail..Locate a real mechanic Yes, hard to find in 2017!

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