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Car won't start and the battery isn't dead. It has a 5 speed transmission.

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  • benadamward Jul 30, 2008

    car won't start with the key the indercators come on and there is a slight clicking noise when the indercators come on . but you can push start the car is there some kind of anti theft device built in factory for this model or would you think it might be a relay or the starter motor . i have tried changing the fuses and the relay for the ignition .

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Hi i had a similiar problem with my manual transmission hyundai tiburon 2004 model. the dealership said there is a small electronic switch in the clutch plate that whent out and kept the car from reconizing that i was holding in the clutch to start the car. this may be your problem as well you should have a hyundai dealer check it out. my problem was the exact same as yours indicators on clicking noise and would only roll start. so maybe that is the problem

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