Question about 2000 Hyundai Accent
Engine compartment filled with snow in blizzard. Moved car inside to melt snow. Engine seems dry now. Engine turns over quite well and almost wants to start but does not .
Try this? remove all spark plugs and dry them out use a heat source ie gas hob? if wife permits?? then spin engine over to clear cyl/s and refit warmed up plugs ? if you have wd40 or ignition damp start? spray all ign coils/leads electrical connections/ or see if wife will let you use hair dryer and carefully blow ign leads/coils etc then try restart ? this may be a simple case of damp plugs/ignition and engine/plugs are flooded from dampness trying to start after snow ? wish you luck please update on progress
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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