Hyundai won't turn on getting no power?

Asked by Jun 29, 2017 at 10:27 PM about the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2013 Hyundai Genesis and the battery was
bad so I got a new battery put it in, and tried to start
it up and and am now getting no power whatsoever
the key fob doesn't even work and vehicle won't
start , not even the dash lights thinking it is maybe a
anti theft feature triggered when swapping batteries
, does anyone no how to turn this off or if it would
cause this. Also I have no key on my fob it is push
button. Thanks

3 Answers

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Check battery connections real good. You should have lights if connected correctly.

1) Make sure RED cable goes to the (+) on the battery and the BLACK cable goes to the (-) on the battery... black cable should be connected to the body of the car... 2) Also check fuses, like MAIN FUSE and like Jay said, triple check cables and connections... 3) Once you get power and key fob still doesnt work, just replace the fob battery with a CR2032 4) Id also test the battery you just got, what if it was bad to start with... or maybe it's not charged...

your key blade is inserted in your fob, press button and pull blade out... if you dont have the blade at all, you can buy one for a few bucks on ebay and have locksmith or dealer cut it for you...

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