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I replaced the crank sensor and timing belt and tensioner ,Pulleys ETC... on a 03 hyundai sonata 2.4 and I have compression but no fire where do I go now ,The belt had tore and broke the crank sensor to pieces and the sensor blade but what would cause no fire after replacement ?I checked for a plug in loose or not plugged ...

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  • tltutenjr Feb 07, 2010

    thanx

  • tltutenjr Feb 07, 2010

    but I replaced the crank sensor and it has about a 26 inch lead on it so the wire is replaced all the way up to the plug in ... But could the coputer still cause no fire till it is reset or could the crank sensor wires have fouled up the computer???

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The 1st thing u do in a case like you have is run a electronic engine control fault code test, there will be a code in the computers memory to identify the source of this problem, this test is crucial to fixing this car without wasting money on un-needed parts, if u don't have a code reader and this is a 1996 or newer then go here to buy one cheap on ebay, kragen and other chain auto parts stores also sell them for about $40. My guess is the wiring was damaged to the sensor, so if you get a crank sensor code you will need to look carefully at the wiring to that sensor.

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    yadayada Feb 07, 2010

    U need to do the OBD 2 electronic control system test, but Zi suspect the wiring is the problem, and no it would not have fouled up the computer, they cost around $600 for this car, so do u want to guess?

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