On Thu, 26 Apr 2007 18:48:39 -0500, Dave in Lake Villa wrote:
Nope never had to do anything to make it heat better. Had the best heater
I've ever had. Have to crack the windows when using the defroster cause
otherwise it got too hot. Temp guage was always less then half.
Thats what makes it so strange, no warning no slipping just quit.
I was curious if that could be a problem ie sensor failure or other
electrical problem. Only dealer is 80 plus miles away. There is one
closer now but he has had them for about a month and has always had a F-
service dept. 30 plus miles away.
Just realized that I'd done a typo in another posting the I'll was
supposed to be I'd as in I would but I'm not holding my breath on it
I followed the cable check items in the online manual and it checked out
It was a run errends car. It's looking like replacement will be cheaper
then fixing. Oh well it was a cheapy to putter around in. I've gotten my
moneys worth out of it.
Hyundais are just starting to penetrate into this area so none of the
local wrecking yards have any thing for them. Local parts stores are
special order on all parts.
I was afraid that this was the answer I would get. I'll try a filter
fluid change but I'm not holding my breath on it working.
I was kind of hoping there was a fuse or something I didn't know about.
Since it has the OD and ECT.
Not really worth trying the fluid/filter change. It won't cause your
tranny to act the way it does. You might check the shift cable and range
switch to be sure they're adjusted and working properly, however.
But don't get your hopes up too high on that either. Probably needs a
On Thu, 26 Apr 2007 22:01:52 -0400, hyundaitech wrote:
About the answer I was afraid of. I didn't think it would help to try the
The car is a run about type has 100,568 miles on it so probably just wave
bye bye to it. I bought it used with 76,000 miles, on the odometer, in
2002 for $1200. So I would say I've gotten my moneys worth out of it.
Thanks for the answers every one. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't
missing anything before I got rid of it.
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