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My car (hyundai XG30 year 2000). will not start anymore. The starterengine works but it deos not come to life. I had a problem with this car before, it stopped running for no reason. But I could always start her up again. But now it stopped completly.Could it be the computer maybe? Greetings, **** Oldenkamp Holland

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  • fulco May 22, 2011

    Yes, I understand. Thanks anyway. I hope to hear from the mecanic tomorrow.
    If I know what it is, I'll let you know,

  • fulco May 27, 2011

    It was the crank sensor. Thanks for your concern.



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Could be anything from a crank sensor to a fuel pump so please a local mechanic to have a look for you

Posted on May 21, 2011

  • fulco May 22, 2011

    Thanks, it is in the shop right now.

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland May 22, 2011

    the problem is without a more detailed description its very difficult to make a diagnosis ,this could be a immobilisor fault or a even something simple like a starter cut out switch on the clutch pedal which these cars do have .If i had the vehicle in front of me then i would soon know what it was but from afar its very awkward to say the least .



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