Question about 2006 Hyundai Accent
I cant jump it anymore since it started smoking. and the cables have a small trace of coreogin on them
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant jump start 2001 lincoln ls
you can but is tricky depending on how easy the starter is to get at.
take your ground cable and hook it to the frame somewhere it will make good contact and touch the possitive cable to the big wire on the starter keep in mind that it will turn over as soon as you touch the big wire on the stater,so turn your ignition key to run and make sure it is in neutral if it's a standard
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Mine would not start. Changed starter, and Battery. Drove me nuts. After all that, I tried one last thing got new keys cut, wow started right up. Funny but after about a month i have to cut new keys or it wont start.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
If its a petrol motor then they will blow a little white smoke/steam on startup until the exhaust heats up. The engines computer knows that its cold so richens the petrol/air mixture to warm it up faster . You should let it warm a little before driving off or if you can't then don't rev it hard til it starts to warm up. All the parts inside the engine need to get to optimal running temp to wear properly. Most engines wear more on startup then when they have been running for a long time. In regards to smoke blue is bad (oil) black is bad ( to much fuel) and white is usually on startup.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
If you have replaced the alternator and the battery has been checked and showed to be in good working condition then the only thing left is either a bad fusable link or cable (negative or psitive) going from battery to engine. You should inspect these cables and there connections. Corrosion on these connections can cause these problems. You also mention that the alternator will not keep car running. It should when you disconnect the negative battery cable while the engine is running.If all connections and cables are good and you haven't replaced alternator then you should do so.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
SOURCE: My wife has a Hyundai
I've the same probem, it's been 'fixed' twice in the cars life but re-occurs.
I believe the throttle body gets 'gunked-up' possibly due to a faulty solenoid or sensor.
I don't have a full solution but will post when I do.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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