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Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by j_c_37, Jan 28, 2007.

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    j_c_37 Guest

    I have a 99 hyundai elantra that will not turn over. I have a new
    battery in it and it’s still doing the same thing. The horn and the
    dome light work but nothing else. Also the car will not even go into
    gear when the key is turned. Wondering if it is an electrical
    problem.
     
    j_c_37, Jan 28, 2007
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    waynes93jeep Guest

    two things could have happened,when you shift out of park make sure
    you press brake pedal completely,or the shift cable will bind.You
    could possibly have a bad shift lock solenoid,check fuse 14.In the
    meantime you will need a screwdriver to press the shiftlock button,You
    should see a slit next to the shift lever
     
    waynes93jeep, Jan 28, 2007
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    Darby OGill Guest

    sure sounds electrical. I hate that shift lockout "feature" As the other
    fellow said you can manually override the lock to get the shift to
    move...though you sure aren't going anywhere. You'll get lots of bttter
    responses, but I suggest you check your battery cables and fuses to start..
     
    Darby OGill, Jan 28, 2007
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