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I have a 2005 Elantra GT. I runs great most of the time. sometimes it just stops when going down the road like you turn off the key. I have changed the battery cables, crank position sensor, plugs but it still does it. It may go months without a problem then it stops..

If anyone has an idea what it maybe please email me [email protected]

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Welcome to the forum.
You'll want to check all the ground points on the vehicle to make sure they're all secured with a solid connection.
If you bought it used, it's even more of a reason to look into things like this as there could have been work done to it that you're unaware of.

Good luck, keep us posted

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Originally Posted by zcajun View Post
If anyone has an idea what it maybe please email me [email protected]
Well that's not going to happen.
You are going to have to come back here and LOOK for replies.

A description of exactly what happens with the lights and other accessories when the engine quits would be helpful.
How do you KNOW it is electrical versus a fuel flow problem ??

Owning a multi-meter probably would be a good idea.

If you insist on just changing parts based on a wild guess, I'd throw
a new battery at the problem. They are sometimes intermittent internally.
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