my engine cooling fans wont come on and my hyundai accent hatchback 2008 is sputtering and check engine light is on

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Asked by Sep 03, 2015 at 12:28 PM about the 2008 Hyundai Accent GS 2-Door Hatchback FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my engine cooling fans wont come on and my hyundai accent hatchback
2008 is sputtering and check engine light is on

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You could have bad fans, the sensor that turns on the fans could be bad. As far as the check engine light go to a local auto parts store like Auto Zone and they will scan the car for free, then post them here for help...

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check fuse, relay, sensor if not them the fan maybe burned out

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thank you Im trying that today. I really appreciate your replies!!

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my codes are p0300 p0304 p302. Thanks the fan fuse was out. I got it going again but still sputtering

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welcome

1,085

Sputtering check fuel pump relay it might have a bad connection the fuel pump relay gets real hot well driving and makes bad connection bend pins a little put back it had that problem, or mapping sensor is going bad mapping sensor easy test drive at 50 mph for 5 minutes stop the car if the engine shuts off and will not start for 3 minutes bed mapping sensor, but if you have a bad connection with fuel pump relay the engine is not getting the right fuel flow and making it sputter and may shut down sometimes or not or will loose power when you step on the gas.

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so for the miss spelled words I type to fast

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ok. I just got through changing the plugs and tat was a major job for me by myself. Do you know where the feul pump relay is located

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