Question about 1998 Hyundai Elantra
I own a 2001 Elantra J3. Suddenly overnight a problem occurred. It refused to start due to no spark. First thought was coilpack which i replaced with o success. During various trail and error exercises i replaced the crank angle censor. This fixed the spark problem and the car started. Now i had a new problem. The mixture was very rich and when cold, the car starts first turn. But when hot, the car refuse to start due to excessive fuel. Please, if anybody can help me, i would appreciate it, because i have run out of ideas.
Try replacing the temperature sensor switch it located on top of the cyl head it is about the size of a pencil diameter wise about inch and half long if this is bad it will trat the fuel injection like it is 10 below outside even though the car is hot the sensor will probably have only one wire going to it
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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