it is probably the thermostat any one can change one on a Hyundai they cost under $15.00
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.
because the air condition is cooling the air! The colder air gets, the less water it can keep. So the water drips out of the box, where the air is cooled.
Debris in the hoses or reservoir could cause the motor to overheat. Also, running the pump without fluid could do the same.
Just go to your local auto parts store, make sure to know your make model and year. Engine size won't hurt either all though i think Hyundai has been running the same engine for a while.
im having the same problem with my 2000 elantra! after looking around on the internet im pretty confident its the crankshaft sensor.
My best guess would be for the parking break. Easy way to test, when the car is running just pull the lever or step on the lever and see what light turns on
there is a pipe running along side of inner wing on the Drivers side this is the ac pipe, halfway along toward windscreen there is a valve on top of pipe usually with a green cap on it, that is where freon goes..
Burning oil in the combustion chamber.AnswerNo worries, mine does the same thing. Just try switching to a thicker oil and check regularly.
Bad temperature sensor unit? Cooling fan not working? Water pump not circulating coolant? Radiator plugged or restricted? System airbound? Thermostat not opening?
It is important to know the symptoms of a bad car part. The symptoms of a coil going bad would be having a trouble starting and running the car, the coil getting hot, and poor fuel economy.
is coolant leaking from engine?or is it leaking from water pump and running down engine and appears to leak from engine
a mi me paso eso se arregla con solo cambiar el relay de luces y punto ya vuelve las luces a prender....
on the drivers side of the engine. you need to remove air box then the hose that connects to thermostat. Still stumped? run your car until its at running temp. Then carefully touch radiator hoses. follow the colder hose to the engine and your there.
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.
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.
Can be leaking from a hose not secured properly or a hole in the system.
Depends on how bad it is leaking
Thermostat and radiator
l have a 52 transit it was leaking diesel when running had pump fixed 640
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.
Freon cooler is leaking from A/C system.
Engine running hot.
You are probably leaking anti-freeze
If a leak exists, there should be green or red fluid leaking from just under the nose of the car. It is possible that the engine must be running for the leaking to occur, but this is not always the case.
can you see were its leaking from, and what is it leaking and how fast? no, cant see where its leaking from, just that the underside of the engine looks wet. i takes about an hour for the reservoir to empty. could be radiator,,when water is circulating,,it slows the leak down,my money would be that