I WAS TURNING INTO A PARKING LOT AND MY SONATA TURNED OFF. I ATTEMPTED TO TURN BACK ON AND IT WOULDN'T. LEFT IT BEHIND TILL NEXT DAY AND WAS ABLE TO BRING IT HOME.
IT HAS NOT STARTED SINCE THEN. IT CRANKS AND SOUND LIKE IT IS READY TO TURN ON BUT DOES NOT! WHEN I TURN KEY AND IT MAKES STARTING SOUND ALL WORKS WELL AS FAR AS LIGHTS, RADIO, CHIME BELL, POWER WINDOWS, ETC.
SEEMS LIKE GAS IS NOT GETTING TO ENGINE, ALSO THERE IS NO SMELL OF GAS EHEN TRYING TO START IT. IT GOT A NEW FUEL PUMP THAT SEEMED TO BE BURNED OUT BUT STILL DOES NOT START. PLEASE PLEASE ...ANY SUGGESTIONS?
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CarGurusMar 5, 2013 - My Hyundai Sonata won't start, everything comes on when the key is turned but no ... it is in park and until I jiggle the shift until the light does come on it will not start. Was in ... My 2009 Sonata has been "perfect" with no issues.
I have noticed this problem on various different vehicles...after you turn the car off and pull the key out, physically force the wheel to the right or left really hard...the wheel will lock. It just happens to not be in the correct position for the locking mechanism to engage where you last left the steering wheel...to experiment with this, try turning it back on, and turning the wheel just slightly to one side or the next and repeat until you find the "spot" that it engages easily...hope that helped
you need to run a diag some of your sensor are gone.
modern cars do not run like older versions they are on electric sensor that read what you want and relay them to the ECU
that is where you prob lies
The Alternator may not be charging at the proper level. If the car is running while you're trying to open the sunroof or turn on the defroster, then the battery light has nothing to do with those and they are separate problems. Have an ASE Certified mechanic check the charging system.