Question about Hyundai Accent
If its turning over but not starting it can either be a fuel delivery issue or a spark issue. Fuel delivery can be caused by a clogged fuel filter, bad fuel pump, or clogged injectors but its not common for all to go bad at once. Spark loss can be caused by fouled plugs, broken coil pack, plug wires installed wrong after a tune up, bad computer module. Get a spark tester from the auto parts store and check for spark by taking a plug wire off a plug and connecting it to the tester and then having someone either crank the car while you hold the end against a metal part on the engine or finding a way to do it solo. For checking the fuel you can remove an injector and while its still hooked up place the end of it into a small plastic container and turn the key to the on position to see if it squirts a bit of fuel as a fine mist.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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