I have a 2001 hyundai accent gl 1.6 crank no start
, 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
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
I clean the crank sensor and it still does the samething.
Mine did the same thing it was the crank shaft censor just fix mine today took 5 minute and 46 dollars
If u did any advice email me I hope this helps u
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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