2010 Santafe Limited 3.3 6 cylinder will turn over but won't start,after turning key to off position and turn key to start position it will start

Asked by Jan 20, 2015 at 12:24 PM about the 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe 3.5L Limited AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this just started happening and the dealer says threre is nothing showing up on diagnostics,have had it in 2 times now and they can't duplicate the problem

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If they can't figure it out, find some new mechanics- that use their eyes and ears and brains as well as their little diagnostic crutches- my best guess would be something is wrong with the key- or the ignition switch-

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happens with both keys,vehicle turns over ,just won't start

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Change the ignition switch, sounds like something wrong inside and with all the ignition switch problems & recalls that have been going on that is the most reasonable cause. If that's not it you will have to start tracing wires in the starting system to find the cause. The problem w dealers is they don't like or want to work on problems that are not easily resolved. I complained about my alignment to my dealer and they said they checked it and it was "fine". I took it to a well known tire/front end shop, and it was out in both front and rear.

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