Author Topic: Car intermittently won't start - doesn't appear to be battery  (Read 1075 times)

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Re: Car intermittently won't start - doesn't appear to be battery
« Reply #30 : August 07, 2017, 04:27:24 »
  :disapp: Mate, Unfortunately , this is an 'instant gratification;move-on world'.
I can point to many 'members' who have received good advice from 'us' and never acknowledged the help.
Even if they reply that it didn't help , it will help us understand/translate the original complaint.
Good results help others.
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Re: Car intermittently won't start - doesn't appear to be battery
« Reply #31 : August 12, 2017, 18:28:00 »
Hi I had the same issue on my Hyundai i30 2008 1.4petrol I took it to the Hyundai Service Centre and they replaced an antenna which connects to the key to authenticate and leta the car start!!

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Re: Car intermittently won't start - doesn't appear to be battery
« Reply #32 : August 12, 2017, 19:16:48 »
Unfortunately, anything causing 'no-start-not-battery';  be it running out of fuel or a seized motor,  gets labelled "the same issue".

To be more precise, this is close to your issue.
    :link: Immobiliser Light OFF and not starting_REPAIRED

But, thanks, you just reminded me to update the topic.  :) :)
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