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Hyundai Excel 97 will not start, cranks well.

Fault seems intermittent, and returned after months of running well. Checked the spark: no spark , all wiring looks OK externally, no loose contacts.

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  • thebriceonat Apr 14, 2009

    my hyundai does the same thing i have been told it can be three things the coil packs the computer or the fuel regulator any advice would be great cheers

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Does your car have an electronic distributor or a contact point system? If it's electronic. proably the igniter inside the distributor is gone. Let us know how you get on. Cheers.

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I finally traced my similar problem to a broken wire into the plug going to the crank angle sensor which on this animal is located at the front of the motor on the right hand side when looking at the motor from the front. It is just below the clutch slave cylinder and is held in place by a 10mm headed bolt or phillips head (posi drive) bolt.
Good place to start.
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