Car won't start

Asked by Tineille Dec 05, 2018 at 01:45 PM about the Hyundai Sonata

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I was driving my car just died on me
and now won't start. It has lights when I try
start it bit makes clicking noise

2 Answers

It is deff. NOT your battery because then he lights would not pop up in your car. It could be your engine. My car did the same thing, i could listen to the radio and all the normal lights came on, but the thing was my engine had blew so it would not fully start. I would just take it to a mechanic and explain to them the situation and what happens when you try to start your car!!!

On the Hyundai Santa Fe 2011 there is a safety feature in the break light switch located above the break peddle. The break needs to be depressed to allow the starter to be engaged. Replace it for 7 dallars and be done with it.

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