2004 Hyundai Accent Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2004 Hyundai Accent
- Speedometer & Odometer not working. Change the speed sensor. But still not worki
- 2004 Hyundai Accent 1.6L when u start it up its drags,but not all of the time.
- Engine dead spot problem like old carb engines when accel pump goes bad
- my car reves high when the gear is on parking and neutral mode. what could i do?
- What would cause the speed sensors to keep breaking?
2004 Hyundai Accent Problems
In areas where the roads are heavily salted during the winter, rust may occur in the front lower suspension or suspension coil spring. There are three separate recalls for road salt damage to the coil spring and/or control arm on 1995-1997 vehicles. Not all recalls may apply to all models so check with your local dealer to see if your vehicle is included. Our technicians remind us that if recall repairs are not completed to your satisfaction you should contact Hyundai at 1-800-633-5151. For more information on these recalls please click here»
2004 Hyundai Accent Questions
Happens through all gears/rpm's and speeds. Will not accelerate without surging/fading
but drives okay and reverse is fine also.
It's the speed sensor that go's into the tranny. It was broke when we took it out. Then we replaced it and it's broken again. The car is also making a clunking noise when the tranny has load on it. It also is shifting fine so what do you think would cause them to break and are we look...
2004 Hyundai Accent Reviews
Compressor is gone on a 2004 hyundai Accent, this is way too soon on a seven year car. never heard buying a brand new car part don't last much anymore. unsatified with this Brand.
Perfect car for me. Great gas mileage. Full time student and full time work. I drive about 50 miles a day. I have the hatchback and stun people with what I can fit in it. Getting ready to replace the clutch for the first time and I am at 150,000 miles. Worth every penny.
Have owned this used for 3yrs now (usually drive trucks, minivans, larger vehicles). Parts are extremely cheap to buy from the right source (not the dealer). I've had 3 door handles break internally, all in the same place, replaced them (PITA). @86,000 miles and still get 34-35mpg at 75mph on the interstate. turned out to be a better deal than I thought but the drawback that being a cheap impor...