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03 hyaudai santa fe 3.5 got stuck in the snow several times stopped running thought i was outa gas changed plugs wires boots battery added gas ,,wont start getting fuel she tries just wont start

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Aw, were you guys out spoofing around? Maybe moisture got into some ignition electrical connections. If it has a distributor, make sure that the inside of the distributor cap is dry. Check for a blue, snapping spark on a spark plug wire end to see if it is an ignition problem. If no spark, you will need to diagnose the ignition circuit or system.

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  • montehammons Apr 21, 2014

    I just saw a wiring diagram for your model. High fives to Hyundai. Smart and simple. The engine compatment junction box, the coil pack of three coils-it may not have the appearance but there are three separate coils-each supplies two cylinders, and the computer-thats it, about the scope of the ignition system, if you were looking for loss of spark to start and run the engine. 3 things, did I mention the crank sensor and the cam sensor, for computer's timing of the spark. But both those should have waterproof connections. Also the computer if it is located in the engine compartment-waterproof connections. Nice thing about yours is if the power distribution, battery power, in the engine compartment junction box mentioned earlier-where all the relays and fuses are, if that is in working order, then with key on it is sending power to the ignition coil(s) on a green wire. This is the primary circuit wire When you give a coil that primary current, the computer takes care of the rest to send a high current jolt out through the spark plug wires for a spark. Through the secondary windings in the coil-so you have a primary and a secondary circuit...not particularly relevant if you are fishing in the dark for why the thing won't start./// Most common things for no start are loss of fuel or loss of spark.

  • B.I. Apr 24, 2014

    not to much snow in hawaii but hes on the right track. fuses, oil, need checking, compression, water n fuil back to basics. it is a hunsomthing no start situation get yourself a manual or send me a plane fair, last not the lesser bribe it with some kim chee. any ways good luck i mean that. and aloha dont forget to drive fast and ill catch on the fly."BUY"

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