Possible cause is the crankshaft position sensor if you have a bad alternator then your battery can drain while the car is running DOn't know when did you changed cables lately but arching on one of them will do that. Check the cables for any damage or wear. Also look at distributor while you're there.
If a Hyundai Elantra stops running after an hour on a running speed temperature, it could be a bad thermostat. It is best to have a mechanic take a look at it to determine the exact cause.
Debris in the hoses or reservoir could cause the motor to overheat. Also, running the pump without fluid could do the same.
there is two main things that will cause an elantra to have no spark the ignition coil pack or the crankshaft sensor
mine did same, 95 elantra. it was fuse for radio in fuse box. hope that helps.
most likely the wheel bearings.
when ur car cutoff &it has to sit for 15 to 20min for it to start back up what cause that problem
It could be the radiator is clogged. The thermostat could be bad (prevents the coolant from circulating from radiator to engine block)
Bad/shorted battery? (doesn't not hold a charge)
Most likely your thermostat is bad. If you are not getting heat it is stuck open. If it sticks closed, your engine will overheat and be ruined. I would replace the thermostat A.S.A.P.
No, you installing a fuel pump has nothing to do with the fuel gauge
Check your fuses. If they are all good and none are blows, you probably have a short somewhere in the electrical lines.
It's supposed to run, even with the key off until the radiator is cool. If it never stops you've probably got a bad temp. sensor switch.
For a short time, No. It will just make steering a little more difficult. It will probably never actually hurt the car but could eventually cause damage to the power steering pump on some cars.
its probably your TPS Switch or your idle control sensor, check engine light will not come on for either take to Hyundai dealership
prob a broken belt in one of the front tires
A bad camshaft position sensor will cause a engine to run very rough or not run at all. Replacing the camshaft sensor is very complicated.
if your fuses are behind the coin tray on the driverside your diagram is on the back of the coin tray i just found this out cause i was looking for the same thing. i hope this helped
Possibly a fan resistor. Does it work on only certain speeds like 1 and 2 but not 3 and 4?
Dead cell in battery, some light is on and is drawing power when the car is not running, or a relay is stuck. This is assuming the alternator is good.
Vehicle running hot? and fan trying to cool it down Bad temperature sensor?
a bad idle sensor control valve to start with or your egr valve has a vaccum leak
Did you check the fuses?
Its #1 cause
this can be cause by the crank position sensor if the fuel pump is running well then the only thing that cold cause the problem is crank position sensor
Thermostat may be bad; or you may have a bad temperature sending unit You may have blown a head gasket when it overheated if you continued to drive the truck.