1999 sonata v6 no start used to run when cold and then no start I replaced the coil pack,the alt.,and the crankshaft sensor now no spark at all,it's kind of funny I drove the car up on the ramps,changed the crank sensor and now I get no spark at all I have been tracing the wires back and not found any breaks yet,now I'm lost for direction.witch way to look next.
I am chris from jamaica just slove my problem just like yours there is a four pin senser that is connected to your coil you need to change it mitsubishi used it also that were i got one from . rember mitsubishi and the hyundai use the same parts engine wise
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Re: 1999 hyundai sonata v6 no start
Take/Tow your vehicle to an authorized Hyundai dealership and pay the diagnostic fee... they will tell you exactly what the problem is and the cost of parts/labor to fix it... at least this way you'll know what the problem is and what's required to fix it.
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very easy , do this when motor is cold, DO ONE AT A TIME ,I included a diagram of how to release coil pack, once coil is removed use a deep specific spark pulg socket it has a rubber insert to hold plug , and remove plug ,now get new plug and set the gap to 0.044ths and put a DOT of never sieze ( a solid lubercant that you can buy at part store for .99) on the threads of plug (just a dot,) now use just the plug socket and extention not the rachet to install new plug so you can feel the threads start ,once started screw in and tighten . that's it ,if you have any doubt go to auto zone library. good luck.
there are 2 pieces to the crankshaft sensor...one is a little round thing that is mounted under the valve cover on the driver side. The other part plugs into this and the cable runs down under the other side of the engine. The sensor is inside the timing belt cover.
i had your problem a month ago and had the little round part replaced and that worked for me.
It depends on which engine is in the vehicle. The 2004 Sonata came with two possible powertrains -- the 2.4 Lit L4, and the 2.7 Lit V6.
On the 4 cylinder engine, there are two coil packs and two ignition wires, Below each coil pack is a spark plug (#2 and #4 cylinders). The wire from # 2 coil pack goes to #3 spark plug, and the wire from #4 coil pack goes to #1 spark plug.
Now the 2.7 Lit V6 requires you remove the surge tank (intake manifold) in order to access the spark plugs & wires on Bank 1 (Right Hand side of the engine).
The CPS for these motors is located in the front of the engine and the the timing belt cover needs to be removed to gain access. If you need further instructions on removal as well as diagrams, email me at email@example.com and I will send those immediately.
Firstly, what's a TDC sensor?.. the crank position sensor? If so, on the four (4) cylinder, it's located behind the timing belt cover at the crankshaft.. if it's the 2.5 V6, it's located behind the LH exhaust manifold on the engine block.
Hello stewart991: My name is Roger and I will give you your answer. The links are great resources. But to answer your question. The firring order is 1-2-3-4-5-6. Also here is a picture of the coil packs.Please rate the quality of this reply. This insures you recieved the correct information.Thank You for using FixYa. Roger
I'm reading your question.
ON your Santa fe V6.
You can't put a timing light. because they are a COIL ON PLUG.
The secuense of the spark from the coil.
Is completly diferent that distributor engines.
The timing on your vehicle is not ADJUSSTABLE.
NOTE: IF you want check the timing on your car,
The only way is with a Computer Diagnostic . Capable to get PID data. To see cam and crank syncr.