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Can anyone help me please?????

My Lantra (1995-96) 1.6gls is refusing to start although it is turning over, it's almost like there's no fuel although the tank is full. Does anyone know if there is a fuel safety switch fitted on this model, if so where is it located.

Thanks in advance for any help given


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Originally posted by bee1711@Nov 18 2004, 06:34 AM
Hi

Can anyone help me please?????

My Lantra (1995-96) 1.6gls is refusing to start although it is turning over, it's almost like there's no fuel although the tank is full.  Does anyone know if there is a fuel safety switch fitted on this model, if so where is it located.

Thanks in advance for any help given
bee1711
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Sure there is not a switch to fuel supply.
Make your fuel and ignition system to be checked.
Sure the problem will be otherwhere.
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Originally posted by bee1711@Nov 18 2004, 06:34 AM
Hi

Can anyone help me please?????

My Lantra (1995-96) 1.6gls is refusing to start although it is turning over, it's almost like there's no fuel although the tank is full.  Does anyone know if there is a fuel safety switch fitted on this model, if so where is it located.

Thanks in advance for any help given
bee1711
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I add.
Surely not Factory released.
I don´'t know if there is an adaptation afterwards
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Originally posted by duke@Nov 18 2004, 06:09 PM
check if there is spark at the plugs, and let me know.
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Hi Duke

Yes there is spark at the plugs!.......

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put your hand on the fuel line at the engine, have someone start the engine, can you feel the fuel pulsing through the line ???
 

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Originally posted by duke@Nov 20 2004, 01:08 PM
put your hand on the fuel line at the engine, have someone start the engine, can you feel the fuel pulsing through the line ???
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Hi

Yes you can feel the fuel getting through

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Originally posted by bee1711@Nov 20 2004, 08:41 AM
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Yes you can feel the fuel  getting through

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At this Stage of the Diagnostic, I expect the trouble is at the Ignition-Fuel
System.
Tell me is it inyeccion fuel or Carburator?

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Originally posted by duke@Nov 20 2004, 08:49 PM
OK, now it is very important, WHAT MODEL YEAR is your car 95 or 96 ??????????
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Hi

Thanks for your help!

It is a 1.6gls 1996 fuel injection....

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it's a 1996, an RD with an ACCENT engine i think; here in north america, it has the 1.8 & 2.0 ltr beta engine.
So, it got spark & fuel, ............... then the engine MUST start.
If the valve time & ignition time & compression is ok, then the engine must start.
How many km's did the car do ?? Was the timing belt replaced yet ????
 

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Originally posted by duke@Nov 22 2004, 06:06 PM
it's a 1996, an RD with an ACCENT engine i think; here in north america, it has the 1.8 & 2.0 ltr beta engine.
So, it got spark & fuel, ............... then the engine MUST start.
If the valve time & ignition time & compression is ok, then the engine must start.
How many km's did the car do ?? Was the timing belt replaced yet ????
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It's done 66000 miles and the belt was changed at 50000 miles

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difficult to do anything from afar, I strongly suggest, that a HYUNDAI tech has a look at it.
If there is spark & fuel, then someting else is amiss; could be fuel pressure - injection amount - compression - valve time ..........
 
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