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Hello All experts and my accent friends,
I have an Accent CRDi having a problem with starting. This not happens on a particular time (like cold start) But at any time(even after a run). When I approached an authorized service center, they suggested that the injector pump need to be calibrated since it covered 1lakh KMs. But its looks like some problem with electrical parts. While turning the key to start, a "Click" sound occurs and that's it but if we try after some time, it will start. Basically there is a lagging while starting. One of my friend told me that it may be a problem with starting motor. Does any body have an experience? All suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance.
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Abi
  • 3443 day(s) ago by Abhilash
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The problem could be due to either impriper fuel injector or due to low voltage Battery. Recommended to check battery condition and later on injection system.The chances of problem with starter motor is very slim.
 

Posted: 3442 day(s) ago


Abhilash
Hyundai
Accent
Owner
Dear friends,
An update on my issue. When it happened last time, one of my friend was with me and he said may be a problem with central lock. As his suggestion removed the central lock connector under hood(bonnet), and it started. Now I am little more confused. Is there any relation between central lock and starting problem of engine? Please help me to solve.
Regards and Thanks,
Abhilash
 

Posted: 3436 day(s) ago


Kevin
Mitsubishi
Pajero
Owner
Your Problem has nothing to do with the FIP or injectors, its either a weakening Battery, Bad Terminal Connection or a Starter Solenoid Problem.
 

Posted: 3436 day(s) ago


Abhilash
Hyundai
Accent
Owner
Hello Team,
Another update from my end. Couple of days before went for a city drive after about 15KMs I stopped, Then my car refused to start. After few minutes, it started and visited an electrical shop. They advised to change the starting motor. After that till this moment, it didn't show the problem. I think it resolved by replacing the starting motor.
Regards and Thanks,
Abi
 

Posted: 3432 day(s) ago


BK Mishra
Hyundai
i10
Owner
Yes. it is the correct solution to your problem. The motor was not able to take the starting load and the solenoid was coming in between releasing the power circuit to stop damage to battery.
 

Posted: 3372 day(s) ago


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