my 2006 sonata v6 wont start i left it on all night and the next day i put gas and it wont start now any ideas plz help me

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Asked by Apr 20, 2015 at 01:47 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS

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Chance you burned up fuel pump. The gas is the coolant for the pump and motor for pump. That is if it ran until dry

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And if its not the fuel any other ideas plz im gonna check on the fuel pump thank you but if it was not the fuel pump what else would you think of

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Did it run out of gas? And does it crank over but not start or not even turn over? And don't feel bad, I did the same thing a long time ago. Pulled in to driveway at home; late home from work and had "function" at wife's work we were late for. Left car running in driveway, to run in house and get back out. Argument with wife....already missed company dinner...forgot all about car running. Next morning it was still running, 10 hours later ..had full tank to begin with

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Yes it ran out of gas and it only had about a quarter of gas and then the next day it was enpty i put gas then all it does now is crank no start im stressed out with this lol

Ok then back to pump. Or possibly air in fuel injection system. It can be bled out from fuel pressure test valve.... if pump is running the test valve is here: http://www.2carpros.com/questions/hyundai-sonata-2000-hyundai-sonata-fuel-line-pressure-measurement-location

This will get a little bigger

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Thank you every one i believe its the fuel pump i got the car started with starting fluid but then it shuts wright off is that the furl wright ?

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I put a new fuel pump now it starts but i rev the engine it does rev im going crazy some one help me

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