HELP!!! Car dies and won't start

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Asked by May 11, 2015 at 01:12 PM about the 2001 Hyundai Accent GL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi, I have a 2001 hyundai accent and it has
been cutting out for a second a few times in
a 50 mile trip and when it does this, it will
die on the on the off ramp. It won't start
after it dies but I can push start it to get it
going. Also, if I let it sit for awhile, I think an
hour plus it will start again. Any help or
suggestions will be very appreciated!!

I have put in new battery, terminals, plugs,
wires and fuel filter. I also checked for
vacuum leak. Thanks

5 Answers

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mapping sensor is not working right

925

or bad connection fuel pump relay bend pins a little and put back in socket the relay gets hot well driving and weakens the relay socket by bending pins make relay tighter in socket no more bad connection, this happen to me, fuel pump relay is under engine hood in fuse box.

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Crazy enough bending the pins on the fuel pump relay seem to have made a difference. When I couldn't get to or from work without dying its made it a few times now. Thanks for the help!

925

no problem glade to help

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no spark.......

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