Question about Hyundai Elantra
Turn off ALL heating or cooling, lights and radio before you try to start.
If you have a Volt meter check if the battery has approx. 12V / DC.
Check if the fuel filter is blocked.
Check if the cables leading to the spark plugs are damaged.
If the cables are OK see if you even receive a spark. Unplug one of the spark plug cables and carefully push back the insulation. Ask somebody to crank the car for a second while you hold the cable close(about 1/4" distance) to the engine block. You should see a spark. Be carefull not to get shocked, because that spark has a couple of 100ed Volts!!! Really only crank for one second to prevent damage to the engine even if it looks cool ;-)
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
plz have a check on the battery.
n then check ur coolent is working normaly or not,
n also the condition of ur engine oil, it might have exceeded the rating run.
n also check the spark pulg's whether they have worn out or not !!
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Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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