Car was tolled to mechanic and the diagnostic code referred to a bad crank sensor which was changed but car still does not start. It was scanned again and the program is giving out different codes. The mechanic says that it may be a bad computor...? Do you have any advice?
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2006 Hyundai Tucson
Question: Motor turned went off while driving on highway and does not start.
Answer #1patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, June 15, 2011, 10:17Master
It's not too complex to test the crankshaft, camshaft and other key engine sensors using a good scan tool and or an oscilloscope, and good volt/ohm meter. Testing all the inputs and then test out puts from the computer. Hyundai as a car manufacturer put a lot of free technical information and workshop manuals on line for Hyundai owners. Check out www.hmaservice.com lots of great information.
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There are companies that you can send your computer out to and they can test it, the company I use is Fuel Injection Corporation
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Livermore, CA 94550-3851, United States
Answer #2mastertech6371 June 15, 2011, 10:44Master
you need a new mechainc. a code number never identifies an bad part, just a failed system. you need someone who can accurately identify the failure for you and give you a bid.
was the timing belt checked??