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My hyundai has not been used for 2 years and it wont start.what are the steps to starting it? could it be the timing and if so how to do it?

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If it has been sitting for 2 years i would first change all the fluids and filters . i would also drain out the fuel tank as well the fuel in it is broken down and will be brown like varnish which will ruin alot of componants. after you have this accomplished i would cyle the key about 10 times each time waiting 10 seconds in between so the fuel pump can move the fuel up the line. i would also remove the air filter hose from the breather box and add a little fuel or starter fluidand replace the hose this should help when you crank the engine........please rate this

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