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first turn the ignition on but not all the way to start it. listen to see if you hear a whining noise. your trying to listen for your fuel pump. if you dont hear it then open the hood and locate your fuse box. inside the box there will be a label remember your looking for the fuel pump fuse. when you found the fuse pull it out and hold it to the light. inside the fuse you can see the contact. look to see if its one piece or you can see a burned spot on the fuse. start there then well move on to the next thing
Researched wiring diagrams for the fuel system on the 1004 Tiburon (4 & 6 clylinder engines). There is no fuel cut-off switch/circuit. There is only the fuel pump relay that supplies power to the fuel pump.
Here's the wiring diagram: