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I have a 2001 Hyudai sonata 4 cyl 2.4L engine with 126,000 miles on it. I tried to start it and nothing happened, I've just replaced the altenator and battery. I moved the gear shift in and out of Park thinking that the transmission was not in park all the way and still nothing, tried jump the car battery and still nothing, did the same thing with the transmission during this process. After about 5 min the car started but then the check engine light came on, had it checked out and the code was P0335, Crankshaft position sensor. Outside the where there code was checked the car did the same thing it just didn't take that long, it started up after one turn off of the ignition. Would that sensor cause my car not to start or could there be another issue?

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  • dale blankenship Sep 05, 2010

    When you say "nothing happened", I assume you mean that the starter did not crank the engine at all (as if the battery were disconnected), not that the engine cranked but did not start.
    If so, I really don't think the crankshaft position sensor would cause that. It certainly could cause the engine to crank but not start, but I don't think it would stop the starter motor from cranking the engine.
    How old is the starter? I'm leaning more toward the starter solenoid (which may be inside the starter motor) being bad.
    It may be that the crankshaft position sensor is also bad, but (I think) this would be more of a driveability issue, the car might not run right, or get bad gas mileage; rather than preventing the starter from working.

  • yochanan_4 Sep 05, 2010

    I bought the car from private owner, so I don't know how old the starter is but it may be the original.

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True about what do you mean
however if the fault codes read as CKP then check the wiring and /or replace the sensor
sensors have nothing to do with starter motors
starter motors just crank the engine over and if that is not happening, check battery condition , terminals , starter relay, starter motor
But they will prevent the engine from starting and running

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