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Car would not start when i turn the key . sometimes a hear a click which could be the solenoid. other time i hear no click, it starts after i turn the the key lots of time . the ignition is ok. Could

Car would not start when i turn the key . sometimes a hear a click which could be the solenoid. other time i hear no click, it starts after i turn the the key lots of time . the ignition is ok.Please tell me where the solenoid is situated. Could you please assist me . thank you so much.

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Check for lose wire connection off wires on solinoid and battery solinoid is connected on stater motor normally on the side off engine at the back off engine

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Mine had a similar problem, the dealership is installing a new starter today... all on warranty of course :)

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try to push the car back and forth few times....your steering/ignition lock will be released.

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SOURCE: The key will get stuck in the ignition in 99 Hyundai Elantra.

IT could be two things. The first thing it could be is the ignition itself. This type of ignition has a electrical plug that will pop up when the car is put in park so if the car is not in park or n the key will not come out. On elantras these sometimes fail and fail often. When thay do fail the key will get stuck and like you said you can go back later and the key will come out. The problem is that you do want to get a new ing you will have a 2 keys. your old keys for your doors and a new one for your ing cause hyundai will not rekey ingitions. The second thing that it could be is called a park safety switch when you put the shifter in park it sends a signal to the electrical plug to lift up. This sensor is under your shifter and also goes bad often causeing the same problem. These sensors are in the same circuit and are tied together I always replace both.

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first check all cables for corrosion on the battery. then go under the truck and check all cables that are on the starter. if they are clean then replace the starter because the solenoid is going bad.

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Amazing!.. Belts don't 'ignite!' Never have and never will. Find yourself a good mechanic/technician and get them to look at it.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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