Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
It could be several things: A faulty crankshaft position sensor, a problem with the ECU, a bad ground, a faulty mass air flow sensor, faulty camshaft position sensor, a bad fuel pump or fuel pump relay. If you have a large chain type auto parts store ex.(autozone, advanced auto parts, pep boys) nearby, once you get the car started you can go there and they have a diagnostic tool that they will hook up to your car and test it for free, It may read some codes that may pinpoint your problem. If no codes come up, I would be inclined to believe it may be a loose wire or bad ground somewhere.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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I have had the same problem as every one else with the starting and I have herd everything that you all have and spent over a grand with the same problem. I found it myself its not the fuel pump not the injectors not the coil pack not the fuel filter not the computer not the battery is low. Its a simple fix its the three pin connection on the wire that comes from the crank sensor.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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