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hyundai tucson turns over initially and cranks. after making several stops it takes longer and longer to turn over. already changed the battery but still doing it. doesn't make a dead battery sound. ...

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...2005 Tucson, it's not easy to get to. Open hood, reach behind headlight. If necessary remove battery and coolant overflow tank. Then reach in behind headlight. There will be a plastic ring on back of ...

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replace dead battery, now car does not start probably security system; it forgot your key, you will have to find some way to reprogram it

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never changed battery before ...Is there a special way to replace it.. I was afraid there maybe some electronic reset. the only reset you may have to carry out is the alarm/immobiliser.. otherwise its

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battery in my 2005 Hyundai Tuscon. Everything is connected correctly, but car will not start. Am i missing something? have you made sure that the terminals are tight enough ? and have you checked that

battery goes dead every week in my 2005 Hyundai Tucson. I have a drain somewhere and the dealer can't find it. Thanks for any help. This seams to be a common problem with these. There was a problem on

...battery on 2005 Hyundai Tuscon and now car cranks over but will not start appears no fuel or no spark,car worked fine before battery died when connecting battery horn blew until I hit car key bob ...

...battery I have a 2005 Hyundai Tucson just had starter replaced and just put new battery in this morning, went to start and nothing. turn key and you hear one click. lights work, interior lights etc. ...

...2005 Hyundai Tuscon. Both my battery & brake indicator lights came on my dashboard while driving. Just replaced alternator, battery & starter within the last month. The car was running fine. brake ...

2005 Hyundai tuscan 1. Disconnect the battery negative cable. 2 Disconnect the starter cable (A) from the B terminal (B) on the solenoid (C), then disconnect the connector (D) from the S terminal (E)

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