Hyundai Sonata 2004

Asked by Jun 19, 2018 at 12:30 PM about the 2004 Hyundai Sonata

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Okay I am a 2004 Hyundai
Sonata that when I start it
and drive it it's fine but when I
get back into the car to start
it it will not start can you help
me with this problem

2 Answers

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Pull the relay switch to the fuel pump. Pull the pins back a little bit. A bad connection causes the relay to get hot . This separates the connections and the car acts like it is vapor locking. The relay must cool all the way down before. I will be able to receive info for the can. I thought it was a bad fuel pump, then I thought it must a leak in the vacum system. Then I was told my computer was overheating and I needed a new one. Then it was overbearing because I must have as old security system installed that is overloading the com. But I now know that my relay's pins were slightly bent and this caused the relay to heat up and shut down everything u till it cooled

Hi my name Dave have 2004sonta put fuel pump replaced plugs started for couple minutes then stopped just cranks feels like it wants

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