Hyundai Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
The first thing you need to do is check whether the air filter is wet from water entry into the airbox.
Can you do this please?
Ok, that's a good sign.
Does there appear to be any moisture around the engine now?
What happens when you try to start the engine now?
Even if the temp is in the high 90s, the airbox would still be soaking wet if water went in there.
Ok, you mean engine turns over (cranking), but doesn't fire up?
We now need to have the vehicle scanned for codes set, spark plugs removed for inspection to ensure the engine is ok, check for spark from the coils etc.
Hopefully the engine is ok, and this is only an electrical issue.
You will need to have the vehicle towed to a workshop, if this is too hard for you.
Have you had any success with your car problem?
I hope my advice has been of assistance to you.