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2006 hyundai elantra running starting no problems drove it to town last night turned it off tried to start it again it would crank but not start no compression start either. please help

Its a manual trans there are no warning lights on. all the gauges and lights work when key is turned. any suggestions?

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No compression may mean the timing belt has broken or slipped.

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SOURCE: 2010 hyundai elantra Manual trans won't start.

Check engine block ground.
Check starter.

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