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2000 hyundai accent with 107,000 mi. Went around a corner and it died. Would try to restart but wouldn't. Someone said it was the timing belt and that the engine would have to be replaced. Timing belt is still on and doesn't seem to have any wear. We have replaced spark plugs and plugs. What else could it be?

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Check the crack positioning sensor. It's located (on the 1.6l) on the front of the engine, right-side, toward the front top.

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