Question about 2005 Hyundai Elantra
Remove cam sensor clean it put it back in try the car if it still not right replace the sensor you may need to replace crank sensor as well when did it last have a timing belt replaced ?if its got over100 ,000 km on it and hasnt been done i would have it done if the belt brakes it can be fatal for the engine if its old then it may have jumped a tooth wich will put the cam timing out i would look there first turn the engine over by hand till the timing mark on the crank pulley is showing tdc remove the top half of the timing belt cover remove no1 spark plug use a suitable probe to check that no1 piston is at the top if so check the marks on the cam gears are in line with there marks if all marks line up the valve timing is ok
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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