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2000 hyundai accent lost spark could it be crank sensor or ecu?

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Hi, it should be the crank sensor that is bad. I never had to replace ecu on one of these but many sensors.

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could be camshaft sensor . check to make sure fuel is reaching engine. check to see if its getting spark as well.

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Whenever the 'CHECK ENGINE' light comes on, the ECU (Engine Control Unit) sets a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). These codes identify the particular engine management system which caused the light to come on.
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dear friend-it highly unlikely that both coil packs will be faulty,so the most probible cause will be the crank angle sensor,if no saticfaction it can be the ecu.

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dear friend-my feeling is that we have a faulty crank angle sensor,have it tested or replace

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It could be the crank sensor.It is a long shot that both coil packs would go out at the same time. Check to see if you have spark at cylinder #1 and cylinder #3. If you don't have spark at any plug, it might be the crank sensor. And that is located on the front of the block to the right of the exhaust manifold.
ALSO, check your fuse box inside the car. It will be on the left bank. ECU/TCU 10 amp fuse. Make sure that it's not blown. That is the problem I am tracking down myself.

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