I have a 2001 hyundai accent gl 1.6 crank no start

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Asked by Aug 12, 2013 at 06:45 PM about the 2001 Hyundai Accent GL Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

, and I just replaced the fuel pump and filter, replaced the cam sensor i turn the key
and i hear the IAC clicking, I dont wanna through a 200 IAC sensor at it, before i can
test to confirm. but i dont hear the fuel pump. starter cranks/ engines turning, new
battery. I've tested each individual coils, plugs for resistance, and spark plugs within
specs. ive replaced the fuel pump relay, i can take my power probe 3 to the relay and
put power to the pump and the pump and wires too it is good, but for some reason
when i turn the key it just cranks, and fuel pump wont pump. I've sprayed starter fluid
into the intake while cranking and it does sputter/ turn over for a few cycles. I'm lost,
hate diagnosis' electrical, maybe a inline fuse or is their a fuel shut off button, like when
you get into an accident it shuts off the fuel that i dont know about? or maybe the key
ignition idk lost, any ideas would be greatly appreciated

5 Answers

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it could be the crank position sensor.youre fuel pump wont get any power if the sensor is bad.sometimes you can clean it,say if you have a valve cover leaking on it.40 bucks online and its easy.one 10mm bolt

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I clean the crank sensor and it still does the samething.

20

Mine did the same thing it was the crank shaft censor just fix mine today took 5 minute and 46 dollars

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If u did any advice email me I hope this helps u

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80

Where is the crankshaft position sensor located? Also wat does the part look like? Having a hard time trying to find any info. Thanks

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