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Old 27th November 2004, 02:31   #1
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ppl ..... 2 day my car conqued up it dint start .. the battery was ok and everything else was all rite tooo.. i suspected that petrol was not sucked in the engine .. so it was..the helpline guyz of hyndai fixed the problem ... the fuel pump valve was a bit loose.. guyz . the service guy even said that the fuelpump was ok... buit i wonder why did this happen .. as of now the car back smooth and silent
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Sounds like a similar problem to what the 2003-early 2004 Honda Accords faced. Lose fuel pump valve = No fuel supply. The Accords faced this problem due to bad roads.

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