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The problem is usually the crank sensor that is faulty. Run the vehicle till its hot, when the motor does not want to crank, remove sensor pore water on the sensor to cool down, refit sensor. If vehicle starts, purchase new crank sensor.
You'll have to figure out if it is a fuel or ignition problem.
Check and see if you are getting spark to the plugs first. Also re-check the computer for codes and see how many are back. Trouble codes are suggestions, not solid instructions.
yes its possible to have snapped belt but the sensor is on the crank so it will spark ,just take the cover off the front of the timing belt and see if its turning ,if you dont know how to do any of this then please ask a local mechanic to have a look for you before you damage something
For the Accent pls try to check the fuel pressure on the fuel line from fuel pump outlet to injecter rail.The way of doing the test-1.connect the pressure gauge to fuel line.2.Crank the engine till start and while run the engine check the fuel pressure.must be around 3.5bars.Allow the engine run about 3minutes and switch off the ignition.4.After one hour check the fuel pressure on the gauge.If the fuel pressur is too low,that will indicate the problem with fuel pressure regulater.I can not give the accuraye pressure readings for the fuell pressure variation cause i dont have follow the Accent service manuel.I am related to Peugeot vehicles.If u have any feed back,my e mail email@example.com
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
I had the exact smae problem and threw aaway a ton of money on bad "guesses" at what was wrong. The actual fix was replacing the crank shaft position sensor for 50 or 60 bucks. Swapped out bad for good and cars has run great every day since.