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2004 Hyundai Elantra Questions

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all electric conections are the same . all the engine mounts are the same and the clutch and bellhouseing bolt up. my stater gear teeth and the flywheel teeth are making a sort of grinding noise . does not fully engauge

I have to replace the slave cylinder to my clutch and there is a huge difference in labor cost depending on if its internal or external

Car has 105,873 miles , Fluid changed at 85,000

The headlights and dash lights and radio dim and Flicker and sounds like the car is almost going to stall but it does not then at a stoplight pulling out the engine Rev and then the transmission engaged. Trying to back into my driveway reverse would not engage left the car on the street overnight started it the next morning and it back in properly

I have no pulling or anything while driving the car.

My air conditioner compressor turns off at highway speeds, otherwise it works great. What would cause this?

How many freeze plugs are on a Hyundai Elantra? Do I need to replace all the plugs or just the corroded one? I have 95,000 miles on this car and don't plan to keep the car more than a year, so I want to keep my repairs reasonable. Any other things I should ask about when I get quoted for this repair? I want to be informed so have the proper repairs done and don't get ripped off.

BTW, I had the whole coolant system flushed, pressure tested with water pump, thermostat, gasket, and hoses replaced in January of this year. I live in Nevada.

This all happened at same time..one light went out, other stays on forever. Not on recall list. Cruise control went out too.

My mechanic suggested a brake system flush for my Hyundai Elantra. I have 95,000 miles on it and have kept up the maintenance. I live in Nevada with hot summers. Not having any problems with the brakes. Is this necessary???

My mechanic suggested a brake system flush for my Hyundai Elantra. I have 95,000 miles on it and have kept up the maintenance. I live in Nevada with hot summers. Not having any problems with the brakes. Is this necessary???

Repair shop told me they need to replace the "air fuel ratio sensor" at a whopping price of course. But that will only clear the engine light. I need the bigger issue solved. Car seems to be better, not great after driving (or attempting to) after 15 min.