Where should i sell my car?

Saurabh Jani

Asked by Sep 04, 2014 at 01:25 AM about the 2006 Hyundai Elantra GLS

Question type: General

I was driving down the highway and I had to pull over, when the car stopped it had fumes from the radiator. I towed it but now though the radiator holds the coolant the engine won't crank, What should I do?

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Check your oil for a mixtureof oil and antifreeze. Something caused the engine to over heat and the coolant went somewhere.

Saurabh Jani

I believe I was low on coolant what do you suggest

Saurabh Jani

to replace the engine or trade with Hyundai for a new car


If it won't start and you don't trust it to be reliable, trade it in. Don't expect to get much for it. It's almost 9 years old, broken and a Hyundai. May I suggest that you look at the Fords. They are very reliable and rank right up there with Toyota and Honda. If you keep your vehicles for a long time and or put a lot of miles on them, consider an extended warranty. But only from Ford Motor Company! Not an after market one. Just something to consider.

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