> It's possibly a crank sensor, but there are many
> possibilities. It's
> definitely not the clutch switch, though, because if that's
> bad the engine
> can't crank.
Funny you suggest that. I had the sensor replaced yesterday...& it did
it (woudn’t start up after sitting only 4.5 hours) again today. Took
several times before it finally turned over. I am waiting now, finally
home from work, to see if it’s going to start in a few hours.
It was also suggested to me that since it is turning over but not
starting, perhaps it isn’t getting any fuel, or pressure from the fuel
injection? I was told to turn the key forward to the final position
before ignition (battery point?), wait 10 seconds then turn back to
off. Repeat 4-5 times then attempt to turn over...to build pressure?!?
I look like a circus act :)
I’m going to call back to the Hyundai dealership that worked on it
yesterday & offer to let the mechanic have it for a few days...he was
so confident he fixed it...maybe we can trade cars for a few days.
Thanks, what do you think?
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