Question about 2004 Hyundai Tiburon
I have a 2000 Hyundai Tiburon and I went out of town for about 6 weeks and it sat the whole time. When I got back the car would not start at all. I have no accessory lights when I turn the key, no clock, no nothing. Tried to jump start it and only got the door ajar light. Replaced the battery and now have the door ajar light and the key-in-ignition chime with door open but nothing else. It is completely dead. Could this be from the battery draining and the alarm kill mode, or maybe something else. Thank You.
There is NO possible electrical cause (within REASON) which would create the problem you describe. I assume you tried the Keyless Entry Remote to DIS-ARM the anti-theft system. If the ALARM system was activated, it will stay activated until it's de-activated by the remote (typical design feature). The best SOLUTION is to take vehicle into Hyundai an have the problem diagnosed.
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