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Car run horrible. Sounds like a grinding noise
Does it need ,motor work
I have a 2005 Hyundai Tiburon that needs an air conditioner. I'd like to 1) find a local mechanic, 2) get a rough estimate on parts, and 3) a rough estimate on labor. Thanks
Cam sensor, crank sensor, coil pack,plugs plug wires,I am at a loss. Someone help please.
This is what guy wrote word for word. "selling it for is a very honest guy very rare now a days lol. The car has a bent valve causing it to not have any compression to the cylinders 1, 2, and 5". Can you tell me if this is work I can do fairly easy, and what something like this would cost. Pros and cons.
the noise happens only upon acceleration and around 3RPM - 4 RPM's we just replaced the clutch and transmission engine appeared intake running fine. Please help if you know what we should be looking for.
There's a click sound when the lights go off. Headlights are unaffected. The lights go on again after a minute or so. Then it can happen again.
When I accelerate to 45-50 then let off the gas, a loud flapping/rattling noise comes from the rear. The bearings were just replaced. What is it ?
replaced the cluster with a newer one and still speedometer or any other gauges
My wife drives a 04 Tiburon, the transmission fluid needs to be changed and all I need to know is can I use Castrol import fluid or do I have to buy the fluid from the dealer at $20 a quart? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thx
I had my car checked to see if I can get it passed for an inspection so I can register my car in Georgia. The inspector said everything looked good and passed besides the SRS light. He said that the air bag should have came on and slowly fade away. My SRS light never came on or flashed. I was wondering what could be wrong and how much would it cost to get my car checked for the SRS issue from a local shop.
I know I need to pull the intake manifold, because you can't get to the three rear plugs.Is this the only way?
Do you think I need to replace my timing belt on my 2004 tiburon V6 with 70,000 miles. It is a car that has been a trip car for us. 90% of it's miles are interstate. It has always been garaged.