Question about 2001 Hyundai Accent
Timing belt replaced, catalystic convertor replaced, car would not start ,timing ok new battery new starter, fuses ok no electricity going to starter.
Try running a wire from the little terminal of the starter motor to the Positive on the battery , Disconnect the little wire thats on there first.No need to turn the key on as we are bypassing this.This should cause the starter to turn.Make sure that if its a manual that its in Neutral.
If the starter motor turns then the problem is either the relay or the ignition switch.Or if its an automatic Transmission it could be the inhibitor switch .
Hope this helps
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