Hyundai santa fe 2005, won't start, it jump started. Changed battery now nothing, won't start.

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Asked by Feb 19, 2012 at 04:23 PM about the 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS 2.7L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Wouldn't start, it jump started. Changed battery now nothing, won't start.

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Sounds like you have blown the main ignition system fuse, did you fit the battery the wrong way round or connect a wire to the wrong terminal?? You will need to check all fuses including the main overload fuses usually found on the positve battery cable or battery terminal. Do you have any 'ignition' lights come up on the dash display?

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Put battery in the right way. Lights came on the dash display. when you turn the ignition, nothing, no clicks nothing.

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If you have a remote for the doors or an aftermarket remote you have to lock then unlock or unlock the lock the doors if you have a security system you will see a little flashing light in the car

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hello i have the same problem could you advise

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I tried to start the car and it won't start the lights are in screen but once i start they go off

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Listen all mechanics, this is a intermittent problem some think it's the saftey interlock switch that switch that you hit when you step on the brake some think ignition switch I've heard of guys changing both to no avail!

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