Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
Could be anything from a fuel pump to a broken timing belt to a no spark condition. i'd pull a plug wire, put a spark plug in it, hold the plug to somthing metal on the engine and see if i had spark first. if so then move to checking fuel pressure. then finally compression. if the timing belt breaks you'll have no compression on several cylinders
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