Going to contact to Hyundai dealer this weekend. Car starts fine at home, I turn it off to get gas, and then it won't start after I get gas. Some techs however do disconnect the fuel supply line and aim it into a container, or smother the end of the pipe with a large rag to catch any fuel squirted out whilst the engine is cranked. Lift the battery out of the car and put the new one in. This time they said there is no code.
They checked the battery and again the battery is fine. Good luck, let us know how it turns out. I would try to start it 5 or 6 times and it would finally start. However I just noticed that the car turns over fine, thus not a battery issue. This morning, it was a lot harder than the last two times to start the car. Fluids are all good, belts are all there and tight. So everything was good until this past Wednesday.
Jul 22, 2014 Apr 26, 2013 Mar 9, 2013 Oct 6, 2010 www. I would recommend paying a qualified technician to diagnose the problem. What should be the first things to check out? The security system needs to verify the resistance for the key before it will let the car start… There are 4 things an engine needs to run; Fuel, Air, Spark, and Compression. Given that the engine then started, but died again, this is somewhat likely some will run until warm and die. No error codes, but they thought it was an issue with the starter. Car had been in there a week before and there was no mention of a battery problem.
Put in a brand new battery which solved the problem for a few days then it wouldn't start and look caked up again. I watched the Youtube video showing this issue and see that the real problem was a faulty inhibitor switch. The next time I start it, the engine just cranks but won't start at all. I know cars can be finicky after sitting so long, but I don't see why it would just die completely. Lots of clicking, just held the key in place, then it caught. Work slow, take pictures as you go, be careful. This happen by the pistons and valves hitting bending the valves.
I called the dealership where I purchased it and they said they had never heard of this issue, although there are many reported issues like this that indicate a problem with the inhibitor switch. It is currently at dealership. The replaced the shift cable retainer flip which was a recall and at my request tested the battery, starter and alternator which were all good. If the security light is on then you will have to get the codes to see what is causing the no start. Have an assistant crank the engine. When I turn the key, I just get clicking.
After jumping the car barely touching the connections with the wires, I drove straight to the AutoZone to check the battery. For this relay, power originates at the 20A fuel pump fuse in the underhood fuse block. A person at the parking lot started it by pressing the brakes with one foot and gas with another. So sad that a almost new car is such a disappointment. Still had issues so i put the old one in and took it to the dealer. Remove the battery retaining bar using a wrench to remove the nut. Guessing at the fuel pump is putting the cart in front of the horse.
You can check the ignition easily by holding one of the plug wires, after removing it from the spark plug, a short distance - a quarter of an inch - from the engine block. Would you like to answer one of these instead? My 2013 Hyundai Elantra has 24,000 miles on it, and hasn't turned over three times. Hyundai has made vehicle buybacks through arbitration, but that rarely works out well financially for owners in the end. Seems he never heard the problems I was having, really? I will also try to contact Hyundai on twitter. I'm clueless, usually popping the clutch will start any manual car, unless something is mechanically broken.
Next verify that the injectors are actually delivering fuel to the engine by unbolting the fuel rail and pulling the injectors out a little. If it is good, move to step 3. But it didn't seem to be broken; I tried tugging on it. I showed up and after several tries it started. Sep 06, 2011 The security system does not disable the starter, it only disables fuel to the engine. After reading the other complaints, I'm going to suggest to my mechanic that it's the inhibitor switch and see where we get.
Mechanic said to replace battery; at 4 years old it's ready to go. The fuse panel should have a map on the inside cover to guide you to the right components. Another interesting thing is that, occasionally, the engine starts but dies after a few seconds and then won't start at all for long time. Just shut off, so I pulled over to the side of the road. Yesterday morning, I try to start the car parked in my house's driveway, car didn't start. I drove it home and tried it again a few times and it started.