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98 tiburon fx. battery blew up driving down the freeway. replaced battery, car wouldn't start. replaced crankshaft and cam sensors, along with coil pack. noticed a blown fuse for rear defogger and instrument cluster. car still will not start.

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The reason why the battery blew up is because of a deffective alternator. The charging regulator on the alternator has malfuntioned, and caused the battery to be overcharged. The reason why your car wont start is because overvoltage has damaged some of the electronic sisytem in the car associated with the ignition system.

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