My 2014 hundai accent was last driven on Friday (3 days ago). The engine doest start this morning and totally very quite. the strater does not show any sign. all lights in the dashboard is normal.

Asked by Apr 03, 2017 at 01:10 AM about the 2014 Hyundai Accent GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Have Battery tested and starter. Check all terminal wires for good contact and for corrosion.

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could just be the battery- this car is under 3 years old- it might be covered under warranty- call your Hyundai dealer-

Hyundai mechanics come down to check my car yesterday. they tried with their new battery and still never start. they bring back the relay to their shop and feedback that the relay is ok. no findings from them on what's the problem. Today the car will be towed to their shop at my expense, is it reasonable for me to pay the towing? car still under warranty..

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