2012 Hyundai Elantra GLS Sedan - installed new battery, car starts only cars in the mornings (lol yes) what could be wrong?

Asked by Jun 25, 2017 at 07:03 PM about the 2012 Hyundai Elantra GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought my 2012 Elantra new in 2011. Right now it has about 48,000
miles. Right, the car starts fine in the morning. Couple hours later in the
afternoon or at night the car won't start at all. I figured it there was a
problem with the battery since it was the same battery I had when I bought
the car. Went into Autozone, new battery installed, job done. Drove it home
fine. A couple of hours later, the car won't start again. Any ideas?
Remember, when I've started the car the last 2 mornings, it has been fine.

2 Answers

1,420

I would look into either the MAS or the temp control sensor, your car is still under warranty, even the battery, why didnt you go to a dealer??

1,420

00ps, wrong info on battery warranty, but the other two components should be covered under emissions warranty

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