what'sgoing on with my car

Asked by Dec 19, 2015 at 12:06 PM about the 2010 Hyundai Accent

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Check engine light flashing all the time,  and now
Egbert I drove it I can get up to 55-60 mph an then
I start to lose speed. Any ideas

6 Answers

28,635

have the codes read for free...then look them up on line...also change the fuel filter for a start..

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91,775

Egbert is always bad. What is it?

58,045

DO NOT DRIVE A CAR WITH A FLASHING CHECK ENGINE LIGHT! You are likely doing damage to the catalytic converter. It is likely that the converter is already melted and partially plugged due the the fuel being dumped into the exhaust from the miss-fire indicated by the flashing check engine light. Who the heck is Egbert?

1,025

speed monitor sensor makes loss of power

Sorry no Egbert, on phone when posted. Ment "now when I drive it". But now the car won't start at all

1,025

check fuel pump relay has happen to me

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