Hyundai Sonata Won T Start But Battery Is Good. I too am having an intermittent starting problem with my 2006 hyundai sonata 93,700 miles. A battery has two different ratings, cranking amps and cold cranking amps.
Apparently on vehicles that won’t start, but the starter motor spins without cranking the engine, some are. Sometimes your battery might have enough charge to make the clicking noise, but this charge depletes immediately after the starter requests some electrical current. My 2005 hyundai sonata wont start but the battery seems to be good.
Make Sure U Have Minimum 12.4 Vdc On The Battery, Check For Loose Or Corroded Battery Cables.
But, when the battery is in the car, it won't start, as in it does't even try. You may be out of fuel, or the fuel isn’t getting to your engine. Before i started the work i tried starting the car.
Then I Can Drive For A Week Or More Without Any Problems.
Far and away the number one reason that your sonata won’t start in the cold is the battery. If your hyundai sonata won't start and make some clicking noises, this indicates a drained battery. When i turned the key to the on position the radio came on and the dashboard lit up like normal.
It Should Give A Fat Blue Spark At Regular Intervals.
The 2012 hyundai sonata has 5 problems reported for engine won't turn over, won't start. You have tried so many times, yet to no avail: As a battery ages, it’s “cranking amps” decrease, leaving it with a diminished capacity for starting the vehicle.
I Changed The Sparks Plugs, Fuel Filter And Pump, And Crankshaft Sensor, But It Is Still Not Starting.
Simply push the start button until the screen icons for car systems are displayed on the screen in front of you. If not then check that there's power to the coil pack (at the other end of the plug lead) using a meter. Average failure mileage is 46,700 miles.
October 31St, 2012 At 1:18 Pm.
It is in park and until i jiggle the shift until the light does come on it. As soon as i turned the key to start the car the battery went completely dead. Sometimes your battery might have enough charge to make the clicking noise, but this charge depletes immediately after the starter requests some electrical current.