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2000 elantra gls. no start condition.
tried to start the car an hour after getting home and nada
has spark.
pulled the plugs and cyl 2 was flooding up, other three were dry.
checked all relays and fuses, they're good.
fuel pump checked out
disconnected the battery for 10 minutes
wiggled the connections on the cam sensor, crank sensor, and injectors.
tapped on the cam and crank sensors lightly with a 3/8 rachet
put the car in clear flood mode and viola!
my question is does the cam sensor, or crank sensor control the opening of the injectors?
because even if that injector had been stuck, the other 3 cylinders would still have gotten fuel, and the car would have ran.
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