Having problems with your 2000 Hyundai Elantra ?

My car died after starting and now will crank but not turn over car drove fine for 60 mile trip the day before. Got up and try to start it the next day,cranks over but will not fire and start. Changed the plugs and fuel filter--still does the same thing

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-03-2019

Answers :

Check the following things please\015\012Is the batterry is fully charged and check the wires of it for corrosion.\015\012Check the Fuel hose ..remove it from engine part and switch the ignition on..and chek the fuel is pumping to engine or not
Please reply if u got the solution and if not to suggest other things to check
If you turn your car key and get nothing, or get anything less than an engine roaring to life, you might be in for a bad day. Starting problems can be very frustrating because there are so many things under the hood that can keep a car from starting. Heck, pretty much everything under the hood can keep the car from starting.
\015\012In order to troubleshoot a no-start problem, you need to start at the beginning of the line, the battery, and work your way back. Some tests for a no-start problem are simple, others are a pain in the neck and a technical nightmare. Nonetheless, you need to figure out why the car won't start, so we'll try to help. If your key won't turn in the ignition
\015\012pulled both cables from both terminals steel wooled both of them and
the insides of the cables
same thing after tightening the cables back on the terminals

charged/jumped from my car after it ran for 15 minutes (connection was
good too!)

So, is this the starter? Starter solenoid? Something along those lines?
I'm so completely LOST as to where the starter is! I haven't been under
the car yet...so not sure...but I just really can't follow the lead
from the battery to...where IS the starter ANYWAY
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