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I need to replace the ignition coil on my 2001 tiburon. will the timing need to be adjusted after changing it

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  • John Fourteen Six May 11, 2010

    No you will not have to mess with the timing.

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Just change the coil and your good to go.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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Why is my 2001 hyundai tiburon not firing, it has brand new spark plugs & Wires, new ignition coil, what could it be?


a crank sensor will make you not get a signal to trigger the power for the coil so that may be the problem with it. If all else is ok, is the check engine light on to scan it for the crank sensor code.

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Wont start


Pull a spark plug and see if it is wet with fuel. If it is than I would suspect a bad crank sensor. Very common on hyundais's. I need to know what engine you have to post specifics. Most likely the crank sensor is located down by the crank pulley behind the timing cover on the four cylinders. The timing belt needs to be removed in order to replace the sensor.

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2001 hyundai tiburon has poor acceloration to the point were it as no acceloration


Sounds like a clogged exhaust converter,unless the
problem just started & got worse over the last two weeks

A completely dirty gas filter, would seen unlikely, as over the
years, repair shops change gas fiters,ignition wires & all sorts
of things, over & over just to sell something you don't need

A complete failure of almost every ignition coil all at on time,
which I experienced last sept,or a failed ignition module if you
have that

That leave you checking fuel pressure with a gauge attachedon a road trip & a scan tool would be nice also,to look a pressure & fuel trim

You need to test the TPS Sensor as well

I away I hope these issues are not the result of just neglected
preventative maintenance on your part

Only my opinion but that is 80% of all vehicle issues
Drive it till it breaks,so to speak

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Autozone says it's #4 not firing and to put some gas treatment in. and new plugs and wires. still misfiring.


Check ignition coil pack for spark, at ignition coil with engine running disconnect one spark plug wire at a time, they should all spark, if no spark out of any of the coil pack, replace coil pack.

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Changed timing belt on 2001 kia sportage but still runs rough


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2001 tiburon: cranking but will not start ? No Spark


Based on what you've described so far, you are not familiar with the system you are trying to repair (not intended to insult you). Take/tow the vehicle into a Hyundai Service Center (dealership), pay the diagnostic fee. They will tell you EXACTLY what the problem is and what's needed to fix it (parts, labor, tax, time-frame, etc.).

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