Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
You may have blown the head gasket. An 'OVERheat condition' can cause the engine head to 'warp' and burn the gasket causing combustion chamber leakage between two or more cylinders (lost compression). In order for the engine to 'RUN', it must be able to 'COMPRESS' the air-fuel mixture to get ignition/combustion to produce the power stroke.
A compression test and/or a 'leak-down' test would reveal this (if in fact this has occurred). If it hasn't, something else is causing the 'NO START' condition.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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