We had thhis issue with our 2006 Sonata, Had fuel pump replaced and happened again about a month later. Had fuel pump replaced again and hasn't happened again. I am not sure that it is solved, still has only been a month since last replacement. One thing to also look at: there is an access panel in the trunk behind the passenger seat, there are connections there after the first replacemnt I kept pushing these connections together and the car would start, but in the end it totally quit starting and had the fuel pump replaced. Hope this helps.
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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.
May have dirt on crank angle sensor ,loose/damaged. Located usually close to bottomf pulley on engine.. Remember to keep it simple and check for the obvious first (fuel/pump? is emergency shut off tripped accidentally from towing ? Turn ignition on and have someone listen at fuel neck for pump operation. Check all fuses.
The headlamps are adjusted by a wheel which can be operated by aphillips screwdriver. There's a hole in the top of the headlamphousing or radiator support which leads to the wheel with little teethon it on the back of the headlamp. The lamps on your car emit a veryshort but wide beam, so no horizontal adjustment should be needed.