Question about Hyundai Elantra
The dealer's have tried many things but unfortunately i do not have the list of things they have tried but they are stumped they said, its been in the dealer's for over a week. When turning the key it sparks but wont run and if it does run it shuts off after about 5-10 minutes. The mechanics have even been talking with people in california that build the cars to see if they could help and they are both stumped.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had my 1998 hooked up to a code reader it says its the ignition position sensor ,and can cause a coil pack problem.. But my car is doing same thing,sometimes it won't start til' the next day.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
SOURCE: Car turns OFF
I dnt know the name of the sensor, probably its name is ignitiator, or the one directly attached to the spark plug ..............it may cost some 5000 to replace one!!
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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it could be overheating either cooling system or a electronic piece .
are you getting a check engine light ?
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Most common cause of this is the blower fan (proper name for the fan you refer to) continuing to run is a shorted out Electronic Climate Control Module. This solid state device replaces the older style fan speed resistor block (at about 4 times the price) This unit is found on the top of the HVAC box under the hood. (HVAC means heating, ventilation and air conditioning) The HVAC box is found on the passenger side of the firewall. Look behind the A/C's accumulator. It will have an electrical wiring plug on top of it. It will be fastened to the HVAC box with a few 7mm hex head screws. Very easy to change.
FYI, do yourself a favor and replace the blower fan motor at the same time. The Electronic Climate Control Module usually fails because the motor is drawing to many amps of current. This is because it's bushings are worn out or the brushes are worn out.
This is very common on Cadillacs and Buicks.
PS Not sure why car won't start. Either you drained the battery or blew a fuse which controls starting the engine. Need more info regarding the "no start" condition.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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