Hyundai Sonata engine floods with injectors and will not start up

Discussion in 'Hyundai Sonata' started by Myer Luknar, Feb 28, 2004.

  1. Myer Luknar

    Myer Luknar Guest

    Hi

    Can any one give me some advise.

    My Hyundai Sonata will not start as too much fuel is being pushed in
    by the injetors according to RAC. They managed to get it going a few
    months ago by disconnecting the eletrics to injectors, cranking the
    engine and then slowly bringing in one injector at a time.

    Problem is that they could not find the fuse for the injectors, so had
    to manually remove the connector within the engine compartment which
    was very tricky.

    Its now happended again after 6 months, and RAC are unwilling to spend
    the time to start it again for me.

    Does anyone know what the fix for this is, or how to remove power form
    the injetors to stop the engine from flooding using a fuse rather then
    removing the connector block from each injector.

    Any help would be great appreciated as I am lost on what to do each
    time this happens

    Many thanks

    Myer
     
    Myer Luknar, Feb 28, 2004
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  2. Myer Luknar

    theta00k Guest

    What year Sonata?
     
    theta00k, Feb 29, 2004
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