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Hi people.! This car makes me crazy.. Yesterday when i try to use the car for my surprise the car didn't start. Surprise because i use it in a few hours before of this fail. So the car have this parts brand because i do a extended tune up. I put new ignition, new sparks , new cables, new iac, new tps, new pcv,new purge valve, new pressure regulator, new camshaft. I did t change the crankshaft because i put new one in 2 or 3 years ago a d the car didn't ran to much daily. All the parts are GENUINE PARTS. so.. i pulling out my tester and i found some weird things. I check the manual i download here. And there said the harness plug connector in the iac , maf, cam and crank will have the battery voltage you know i understood from that will be 12.6v. But in crankshaft (always with disconnected and key in ON position ) have a 5.000v and in the iac have 3.5v .. i believed iac is 12v and that's was said in the manual. . I didn't know what to do.. the car didn't have any cel before this happen the car runs great. NO HAVE SPARK at the ignition. I didn't check the fuel pump because i believed i ear the noise of current there. Only no ear is a gurgle sounds makes after the pump is activated if i did t start the car. You know put the key in start and stay in the car and you can ear a gurgle noise from the pump or the gas tank i don't know. What i need to check.. i check fuses and relays. I switch the relays and some fuses and nothing check with car light tester and multimeter.. a few years ago i have a similar problem but a electromechanic fix it and told me was be a burn cable in from the dash but how i know because i see under dash to much cables. Can i need to check the ignition key plug ?

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Re: Tiburon 03 v6. Crank no start

re-check all fuses/relays.
How does the compression sound? Check timing belt, when was it last replaced?
Check condition of CKS wires.
Check for voltage at the coil pack when the ignition key is on.

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re-check all fuses/relays.
How does the compression sound? Check timing belt, when was it last replaced?
Check condition of CKS wires.
Check for voltage at the coil pack when the ignition key is on.
Hi thanks for reply yes i check all of that. I only see the weird thing about voltage in the harness. The voltage in the pin 1 at the crankshaft is 0.3 and in the manual saids this will need a battery voltage (12v) .. and i check anothers like iac and have 3 5v when this need battery voltage.. before this happen to me. But i dont know what the tech guy do. He only told me have a bad wire under the dash and lost conection because was burn. But when i go there i see a nightmare of cables . This car have a alarm and i didnt know what to do there
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re-check all fuses/relays.
How does the compression sound? Check timing belt, when was it last replaced?
Check condition of CKS wires.
Check for voltage at the coil pack when the ignition key is on.
Today checking again with my light tester this connector didnt have 12v because my light didnt shows up. See the picture i have 12v in the yellow indicator cable but NO in the red wires indicator connector.
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Re: Tiburon 03 v6. Crank no start

Some of those wires won't have power until the key is in the run position. Put it in run without trying to start the engine and test again.

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Some of those wires won't have power until the key is in the run position. Put it in run without trying to start the engine and test again.
I already test and no have power with or wothout the key. I dont know of that cable have 12v. But no have anything right now
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Try checking the button sensor under the brake pedal? I know those things often brake and if so, the tailights don't work which triggers the car's computer to not start the car.
Happened to me a few months ago, had no idea what it was, and had to get the car towed. Super cheap fix.

Doubt this is the problem but no harm checking.

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Try checking the button sensor under the brake pedal? I know those things often brake and if so, the tailights don't work which triggers the car's computer to not start the car.
Happened to me a few months ago, had no idea what it was, and had to get the car towed. Super cheap fix.

Doubt this is the problem but no harm checking.
On almost ANY MT, there is a clutch switch which is part of the start circuit.
I am not aware of ANY AT that needs the brake to be applied to crank.

Also....please use "brake" and "break" correctly......

I will look at some things on my wife's 04 MT GT, get back to original question.....

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Nice information. .
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