Hyundai Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello and welcome to just answer and allowing me to assist you.What color is your spark? How many miles on your car?
Thanx for that info, if spark is blue that's good and you tried the quick start trick and didn't even kick? I'm suspecting timing possibility or compression so lets eliminate one. Has the timing belt ever bin checked or replaced? I'll supply procedure to do that https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EczTSrxgtn4
check all your engine and ignition fuses they will be marked. also I will give you procedure for checking the coil packs. Measurement of the primary coil resistance Measure the resistance between connector terminals i and 2 (the coils at the No.3 and No.6 cylinder sides) of the ignition coil and between terminals 2 and 4 (the coils at the No.2 and No.5 cylinder sides), and between terminals 2 and 3 (the coils at the No.1 and No. 4 cylinder sides).Standard value: 0.74 ±10% (Ohms) Measurement of the secondary coil resistance Measure the resistance between the high-voltage terminal for the No.3 and No.6 cylinders, between the high-voltage terminals for the No.1 and No.4 cylinders and between the high-voltage terminals for the No.2 and No.5 cylinders.Standard value: 13.3 ±15% (K Ohms)CAUTION: When measuring the resistance of the secondary coil, be sure to disconnect the connector of the ignition coil.
Then this check will work on your coil packs too. Check them as if they can cause a bad spark if defective.
that's ok when we work on new models and makes we have to also.I'll send you some picks that may help. there you go just follow the spark plug wires back to the coil pack.
well I am going to opt out so perhaps another expert may shed some light on this issue and help you better, good luck and hope your problem gets solved