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#1 Old 08-08-2010, 12:01 PM
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hi, sonata family

a week earlier i changed the oil
a week later driving home doing 35-40 even flow, engine running smooth, with no notice the engine just shut down,
coast to a parking spot and tried restarting, crank no start. got it towed home, check for spark/good, check injetor w/noid light/good, tried starter fluid, changed fuel filter, tried starting, same crank no start. further search found a thin strip of belt coming from timing cover, removed p/s pulley, idlier pulley, tensioner pulley, engine mount, and t/b cover. belt ripped and took idlier pulley with it. replaced idlier pulley, tensioner pulley, and belt. l/h cam off 6-8 teeth, r/h cam dead on mark, crank off 3-5 teeth, reset marks for l/hcam and crank and reinstalled belt.
rechecked everything looked good, but didn't see a crank position sensor, reassemble and tried starting, samething CRANK NO START!!!! i'm at a lost, is their something i'm over looking. any advice, help, or input is greatly valued

thanks for being out their

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QUOTE (tooluser211 @ Aug 8 2010, 12:01 PM)
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hi, sonata family

a week earlier i changed the oil
a week later driving home doing 35-40 even flow, engine running smooth, with no notice the engine just shut down,
coast to a parking spot and tried restarting, crank no start. got it towed home, check for spark/good, check injetor w/noid light/good, tried starter fluid, changed fuel filter, tried starting, same crank no start. further search found a thin strip of belt coming from timing cover, removed p/s pulley, idlier pulley, tensioner pulley, engine mount, and t/b cover. belt ripped and took idlier pulley with it. replaced idlier pulley, tensioner pulley, and belt. l/h cam off 6-8 teeth, r/h cam dead on mark, crank off 3-5 teeth, reset marks for l/hcam and crank and reinstalled belt.
rechecked everything looked good, but didn't see a crank position sensor, reassemble and tried starting, samething CRANK NO START!!!! i'm at a lost, is their something i'm over looking. any advice, help, or input is greatly valued

thanks for being out their

There is a crank position sensor, and being a 2000, you likely have bum sensor (frayed wiring). The sensor is located on the radiator side of block, behind the starter... You get to it from underneath,, as of late, I been removing starter to get at them, as the last few been PIA to get out of block due to age...

Here is what you looking for, baked hard plastic cover with cover brittle and cracking, thus the 3 wires inside insulation cracks off and shorts out the sensor,,, also pops a fuse in the fuse block,,, replace sensor first, then the fuse if needed -- see pics
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thanks sbr711, for your input and direction i will replace and let u know how i made out.

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