my2002 hyundai accent just died and will not start now it turns over put new fuel pump on and still will not start what could it be??

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Asked by Aug 02, 2014 at 06:39 PM about the 2002 Hyundai Accent GS

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35,405

What made you think it was the fuel pump that was your problem?

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it would not run now it work but the car will not syart

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35,405

Do you have a factory alarm system? The kind with the chip in the key? If so try the other key. I've had that problem with a Mercedes I once owned.

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no I have check coilpack they are ok and put on a new fuel pump put still will not start

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my new fuel pump will only run went you turn the key to start the car and not when you turn the key on is this right I though the fuel fuel pump would run when you turn the key on it is a 2002 hyundai accent gl 1.6

35,405

That sounds about right for the fuel pump. It's supposed to do that. Its "charging" up the fuel system. Dose the car show any signs of trying to start? Even a second or two?

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no not trying to start the pump, will not run when I turn the key on only runs when I turn the to start the car

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I think it may have jump time

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