Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
Hi i have 1998 hyundai accent with 185kms- which won't start, it became unpredictable...
sometimes it starts sometimes it won't. i have to wait for sometime like 20 mins or so and then it will start on it's own ...like there are no concerns,,,,i took it the dealer and they said it could be cranftshaft position sensor , but they don't know really ....seems from there views and mixed reactions . ...they want to start by replacing the crankshaft sensor and then dealer want to replace the fuel pumps and so on..it's going to be really costly for me....and good for them ....cuz initally for replacing crankshaft sensor will be $250(including labour and what not) ...if not solved then fuel pumps ...i brought the care back for now ...it's running but no piece of mind...don't know when it will stop ....never had such a issues with this car.....its being a really good car.....every service as per manufacture were done on time .......any help will be great....thanks
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
You don't actually mention whether your engine STARTS?
The SNSR fuse covers the following components:
- Oxygen (HO2) Sensor
- Camshaft position sensor
- Crankshaft position sensor
- Idle Speed Con Actuator
So, there is obviously a problem in one (or more) of these circuits.
Due to the new type OBII Diagnostics on the Tiburon, you will need to take the vehicle to your nearest Hyundai Service dealer and have your CODES scanned from your vehicle's computer. This will determine where the actual fault/s are.
However, if you're technically inclined, I can show you one possible way to 'manually' extract the diagnostic codes from your vehicle's computer, by accessing the Data Connector under the dashboard (above either driver or passenger knee).
The data connector looks something like this:
Let me know if you'd like to try and solve yourself, and I'll provide you with further instructions.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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