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It seems to happen when it automatically shifts . Usually on freeway.

He hats the cost for a fuse box located under the hood. I have a fuse in it that keeps blowing

I have checked the fuses, I don't know what this could be. I drove it 9 hours earlier and it was fine. There has never been any kind of problem with it. The only thing I've noticed is the negative post cover is very loose. But do you have any other ideas?

MY BOYFRIEND TOLD ME TRANSMISSIONS NO LONGER HAVE BELTS. WHEN I AM DRIVING THE TRANSMISSION SOUNDS LIKE IT IS SLIPPING SOME BEFORE THE GEARS CATCH. i BELIEVE ITS THE BELTS THAT HAVE WORN . AM I RIGHT OR IS IT SOMETHING ELSE. ALSO THE RPMS DON'T GO OVER 2500. I WAS TOLD I'M OK THERE.

I pulled out this jump wire, I was told this is why my battery won't stay charged even while driving, is this true?

My 2003 Sonata drives fine at high speeds, when I drive below 45 mph, I have to put the accel pedal almost to the floor, and the RPMs go sky high, n its very sluggish. This all started by #1, can only use brights, #2, cruise won't work,#3, heater doesn't work all the time. What is wrong??

I pulled the jumper wire from the shunt that is still in the Trunk Fuse, why would this jumper wire be there ands exactly what is the shunt for?

Then the RPM SHOOTS TO 4000. replaced timing belt.

this started happening after i took a jump start because of a low battery.....and also the fuel level was low....since replaced the battery and fueled up...but problem persists

It stops under 45 mph. Feels like rear end is swaying more then front.

No noise is heard from the drive train when travelling in a straight path but when taking a turn, a cranky noise is heard from the drive train. The noise intensifies while describing a sharp curve.

Air Bag light keeps coming on, we;ve had it repaired before it was a loose connection under drivers seat. This time we pulled the seat out of the car and no luck could it be under the carpet?