97 Elantra will not start

Discussion in 'Hyundai Elantra / Lantra' started by stanman65, Sep 22, 2011.

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    stanman65

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    Hi, I have a 97 elantra that will not start. It is not getting fuel to the rail. I have changed the fuel pump, which does not be operating. I replace the fuel pump relay, still no operation of fuel pump. over the past 3 months, I have replaced the fuel injectors, all the sensors on the engine except the coolant sensor, and recently replaced the stater. Now the fuel pump is not working. Is there a fuse for the pump a well as the relay? I am at a lost and about to send it to the shop before I loose what little hair I have left.
     
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    Have you replaced the fuel filter?
    I
     
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    My fuel pump wont turn on either. I checked the relay and it clicks with the key turned on and it keeps clicking while im cranking. I swapped the relays and it keeps clicking. I replaced the pump about 4 months ago with a brand new oreilly part. The car cranks and has voltage.
     
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    So, what was the Problem, Did you Fix it ?
     
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    Old thread. Owner has either fixed it and forgot about us
    Or the owner sold car and don't care anymore
     
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    Is a Shame.
     
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    Nope I just got the email. Yes I fixed it. It was the crank position sensor located to the right of the exhaust manifold down near the dipstick mount. I replaced it and it started right up. Turns out Hyundai decided to make the car where if the sensor for some reason doesn't detect the crank it won't tell the cpu to turn the fuel pump on. Otherwise it won't even have a chance of starting.
     
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    Thanks for coming back and giving us the fix
    Really appreciate the update
     
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