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Keeping Your Hyundai I-20 Running Smoothly: Abbotts Auto Care's Recipe for a Worry-Free Ride

Hello, fellow drivers! Today, we're here to share a common issue that might resonate with many of you – a Hyundai I-20 2015 UB 1.4 engine with a broken battery cable at the negative battery clamp. It's one of those hiccups that can throw a wrench in your plans, but Abbotts Auto Care is here to show you how regular servicing can keep your ride on the right track.

When Trouble Strikes

Imagine you're about to hit the road in your dependable Hyundai I-20, but your engine refuses to start. The culprit? A flat battery. The reason? A broken negative cable at the battery clamp.

This is the very issue that a valued customer faced with their Hyundai I-20, and it serves as a testament to the importance of regular servicing.

Diagnosing the Problem

At Abbotts Auto Care, we believe in addressing the root of car troubles. The first step was to check the hydraulic oil level and hoses for leaks. But the plot thickened when we discovered that the clutch pedal was acting peculiar. It felt spongy and slow to return from the floor.

A Smooth Solution

To get our customer back on the road without a care in the world, we removed the clutch master and slave cylinders and replaced them with new units. After that, we bled the hydraulic lines, ensuring proper functionality.

With everything in order, we embarked on a test drive, and voila! The problem was solved, and the clutch pedal operated flawlessly.

The Power of Regular Servicing

This story underlines the importance of regular servicing. It helps you catch and prevent such issues from disrupting your journey. In this case, it saved our customer from unnecessary frustration.

At Abbotts Auto Care, we're not here to push you; we're here to persuade you that regular servicing is your key to a carefree drive. Trust us for all your car needs, and hit the road with confidence. With regular servicing, you're in control of your journey!