i have a santa fe 2004 wont start .replace fuel pump .crank sensor ,buy an used computer and nothing .check all the relays in the engine compartment and .nothing .dont have injector pulse and dont hav

Asked by Apr 06, 2016 at 03:20 PM about the 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a santa fe 2004 4cyl auto 145000 miles wont start .replace fuel pump .crank sensor ,buy an used computer and nothing . cam sensor 3 wires new. check all the relays in the engine compartment and .nothing .dont have injector pulse and dont have ignicion coil voltaje . any ideas who have the same problem (thanking electrical maybe)

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Definitely an electrical issue! Start by using a voltage tester and start at the battery and trace every wire and connection. You have lost power someplace between the battery fuse panel and ignition to the engine controls. Have you checked for broken or disconnected wires or wire connectors?

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