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2000 Accent - Not Starting

Had to disconnect Battery and when battery was put back in car will not start, almost gets there but will not turn over even with a boost. I know the MAP Sensor does need replaced but it had been running up until now.

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  • ramirez4348 Oct 04, 2008

    car will crank and turn but bwill not start.

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Normal 0 Check the connection from battery to car body, take off and clean with sand paper to make good connection, and refit. spray with W D 40.

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Voltage or connection issue. I would get ahold of a friends multi- meter and check voltage, and clean the battery terminals and car side connections very well.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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