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I am in need of replacement brakes (front and rear) for my Sonata and I would like to know which is better ceramic or metallic and what is your recommendation.

how is this blub change

Check engine e light suddenly appears after accident

Recent collision on right rear passenger door/quarter panel, gouging right rear tire After collision repair less than 2 miles from Repair Shop...Check Engine light appears

Auto parts ABS Code C1513- Brake Sensor?

Collision Shop> Cam Shaft Sensor

2 Question- Same hand held apparatus- 2 different sensor issues

Is this rare?
Could accident be cause for sensor light activation?

Driving car and it just died; tried to charge battery and it did nothing so bought new battery but it showed in old one that it was fully charged; what could be the problem

Problem just stated today

What could be the problem. I just recently had the car aligned and the wheels rotated and balanced.

I have a 90 hyundai sport and havent switch out a front wheel drive
I would like to now if it come out from underneith
And do i need to drop the front sub frame

growling noise in front end while driving and noise does not change when accelerating or decelerating or when turning to the right or turning to the left and changes with rpms

I just had the transmission fluid replaced and there is no diagnostic code registering. But there is a definite clunk on decelerating.

Dealer says no codes are present. Problem can happen once or six times in a row. Car will restart right away.

I've noticed that I can smell gasoline sometimes when the car is started and i'm putting the kids into the back seat. This isn't all the time, only some of the time. Could this be dangerous? The check engine light has been on for a while.

My car runs fine and has only about 70K miles on it. I've noticed that it makes weird noises when i'm sitting in heavy traffic, with lots of stops and starts. mostly when i press the brakes, it almost sounds like a crunching metal noise... Brakes work fine otherwise and i don't notice the problem when car has been running at normal/high speeds.

check engine bulb is out fail inspection cluster is out cant find the bulb

My 2009 Hyundai Sonata has a flashing check engine light, mildly shakes when in park and when I accelerate it starts to shake a little bit more.

So my "expert" roommate decided he'd add almost a whole can of r134a to my 2009 Sonata and I believe it's overfilled. How do you discharge and get the pressure back down around the correct amount?