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This is unfortunately not good, You will have to take it to a auto electrician. Hyundai is very very touchy when it comes to electrical problems. one wrong move and you can end up in a heap of trouble. this could end up being computer issues. they will have to OBD scan to find problems. This can also set you back a penny. sorry, no good news for you.
OLder cars YEs you can jump it without a battery. But in newer cars that use computers and advanced Eltronic ignition/timing/ful injection you have to have power to the cars computer. without a good battery the car will not run.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Renault CAN Clip
Blown fuse/ relay. check the fuses in the fuse panels. Remember when jump starting any vehicle from 1992 forward, to not hook the negative cable to the battery itself. hook it to a bolt or something on the frame inside the engine compartment. You probably have a bolt or rod sticking up close to te battery that says "ground here." or "place negative cable here" when jumping. Most people never pay attention to it because we were taught all of our lives to connect the negative cable to the battery so we dont look for it.
Check the main Fuse panel in the interior and check the main Power Distribution box in the engine compartment. If all fuses and relays are good start checking for a grounded positive wire off the battery and have the alternator tested. Check the firewall for a ceramic relay that has two wires going to it. If you have one there try running a bypass across those two points and see if that gets you power. Don't crank the motor with it bypassed but you should detect power at the lights and instrument panel if you jump across the wires.
i had the same problem, it is most likely that your fuel lines are leaking and fuel pump in tank is weak when the tractor sits for a while the fuel drains back into the tank, thus your injection pump has no fuel in it.i solved it by replacing all the lines and i added electric fuel pump on outside of tank and connected the power to key,when i start the tractor i turn key on for a minuet or so than start the engine ,it solved the problem. john b
disconnect the battery to let the body computer reset. had the same problem with mine when my son left center interior light on . it ran down the battery and the security system made the head light start flashing . when i jump started it i had no instrument panel lights . i disconnected the battery and it fixed the problem.