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You have a failing transmission, that is abundantly clear.

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It doesnt work that way. The immobilizer is part of the ECU computer. you need to use the proper keys or have the dealer reprogram the ECU to use new keys. There is no bypass.

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check coolant level is not to low could also have air lock in cooling system if all seems ok check coolant pump

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Might have a defective control switch

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3.3L for petrol and 5.2L for Diesel.

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Its located inside the fuse box. The fuse box is under the hood in the engine compartment. If you open the fuse box and look at the inside of the cover it will tell you exactly which fuse is for what. Replace as needed.

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  • Hyundai Elantra - The total towing capacity of the Hyundai Elantra is 3,086 pounds. It isn't much by the typical truck standards, but the Elantra is a very well-priced truck overall. The Elantra can carry 1,000 pounds more than full-size sedans like the Cadillac DeVille and Mercury Grand Marquis.

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The main reason is the car is underpowered for better fuel economy. This model is a gutless wonder, only thing worse is a Smart for 2 car.

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Low remote battery shouldn't cause this issue. However a weak vehicle battery can. I would start with that and if it is ok then there is a fault with the alarm brain and a dealer will be required to have it repaired.

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I use regular oil(10w30) with an oil additive. I use Lucas. At 177 I would use a quart of Lucas.

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cars can lock with fob inside, get a locksmith, or call a towing service and tell the to bring there lock out tools

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Most likely maintenance issues. You should have had the timing belt changed before then, also oil changes, air filter, over heating and poor assembly.

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dealers are basically very lazy people and any problem that they have to spend time on becomes too hard
The answer is to stick a rocket up them and you do this by contacting the manufacturer head office , customer relations or technical division and making a formal written complaint about the dealer lack of equipment knowledge and their attitude to fixing the product in writing (e-mail)
in your communication state exactly what the problem is , when it occurs , vin number of the vehicle , dealer name, dealer principle name , age of the vehicle , mileage , when the problem was first reported to the dealer and the dealer response ---use only facts
From experience , when a dealer tried to pass over an engine problem because it was 6 months to being out of warranty and refused to fix the problem because there was only 6 months left on the warranty, my daughter sent a letter off to the manufacturer and low and behold ,2 weeks later she received a letter from the manufacturer telling her to present the vehicle to the dealer where the repairs would be carried out immediately under warranty
not only that the company offered to provide another full 5 year new car warranty for the car for $900.00 aud a deal which was too good to pass up as compensation for the lousy attitude of the dealer
So basically what I am saying is this , dealers do not like fixing vehicles as it costs time and money even if it is under warranty but manufacturers know that in the car business one bad dealer causes a lot of missed car sales so they kick the buts of bad dealers and some even take the dealership away from that dealer
It doesn't hurt to communicate a problem to a higher authority

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