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I have a 2002 Hyundai Santa fe 2.7L v6. The timing belt broke. Replaced engine, timing belt, new plugs, plug wires, and oil and air filters. Drove it a couple of weeks and it began to stall, died and would restart after a couple of tries. After research online, I replaced the crankshaft position sensor. After installing new sensor the vehicle will not start at all. I did put the old sensor back in and it still would not start. However, I did further brake the wires on the old one while removing it. So, I don't know if it would have started with the old one if I had not damaged it during removal. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
 

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If the key was on with you listening to tunes.... you very well could have popped 1 of the ECM fuses in the engine compartment junction box.. start there, DVOM be your friend looking voltage at each leg of fuse.
 
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