Question about Hyundai Tiburon
You may also have a plugged fuel filter if crank sensor and temp sensor turn out ok on the ohmmeter.
Next thing you will want to do is check for spark in each cylinder. You can pull one spark plug out, replug it back in to plug wire, lay on engine block, 1/4" form metal and the probe of plug, have someone else crank car, while you watch for spark. Then replace plug and wire and move on to then next. If you have one bad one, replace plug wire, if two or 3, it could be bad coil packs, if no spark, then it would be faulty module or crank sensor.
If spark is good, then you will want to check for fuel. You should have a fuel pressure test port on the fuel rail, with a rag, place over port, and press in valve to see if there is pressure. If no pressure, either fuel filter is plugged or fuel pressure regulator is faulty. As long as you can hear fuel pump turn on each time the ignition is placed in on position. If not, then relay or pump could be faulty.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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