Question about 2001 Hyundai Tiburon
My engine will run for 2-15 minutes and then, whether I am driving or idling, the engine cut off with about 1.5 seconds of the engine fading. After the engine dies, if I try to re-crank the engine, it will turn over about 1/3 of the time right away. Sometimes, it will turn over about 5 minutes later. Sometimes I have to wait many hours. The air filter, fuel pump, fuel pump relay, and fuel filter have all been replaced. I have checked all the fuses in the engine and passenger compartment fuse boxes, as well as the two added b/c of the alarm. This car is distributorless.There are no codes displayed by the computer. There is an aftermarket alarm system installed on this car. I am completely lost and haven't found anything like this on the internet. I really appreciate all the help that everyone on this website provides. If only the rest of society functioned this way.
No codes?... Strong suspicion: Crank Position Sensor is going bad. (1.5 seconds fading).
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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