Question about 2005 Hyundai Accent 1.5
Ran out of gas. Added one gallon and car will not start. Engine cranks but wont start
You need to be very quiet for this test, but try turning the ignition key until dash warning lights are on, but without cranking the engine. Listen for whirring noise from fuel pump in the gas tank. You may even lift out the rear seat base, to pick up any sound as best you can. If you can't hear anything from several attempts then it's likely you have a failed fuel pump. The fuel pump can sometimes suffer damage when running out of fuel.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Yes that's what I suspect after reading your problem. This is common issue specially when the fuel pump in tank is bout to reach it's break point. I strongly suggest that you have the fuel pump replaced to resolve the issue. Please do check your fuel too, if there are visible rust or dirt please make sure that you drain it out for it can clog the fuel lines.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2011
SOURCE: hyundai 2001
You have coils (two) just under the plastic covering over the spark plugs. $99.00 ea. + tax 2 years ago. I think they maybe called ignition coils. Don't hold me to that.
That was what was wrong with mine. I went to a
dealer $850.. with labor and kept my car 2 days.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: car cranks but doesn't start
Take the car in and have the fuel injector computer tested. If you're hearing the crank, you're getting good spark, but the fuel/air mix is off. Ensure your air filter is clean, and have that computer checked, all it takes is a little bit of bit-wander to make your fuel-air mix go completely haywire.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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