hyundai sonata 97 wont start?

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Answer #1 | 10/12 2013 20:30
Any more info on what it's doing? How old is the battery? If the battery is older than 3 years old it could be (but isn't definitely) the battery. Batteries generally last for 3-5 years. My mom had to replace her battery just the other day because it went bad. She went out to start it, the lights were all on etc. but when she went to start it, there was just a bunch of clicking and nothing happened. We jumped it and drove it to the dealership and got it replaced and it's been fine since. Other problems it could be are the fuel pump, wiring to and from the starter, battery terminal connections, and possibly the fuel lines. There may be other reasons but those are just some off the top of my head. Edit: Forgot to mention this about it being a dead battery: If it is a dead battery, it will most likely do what I said and make a lot of clicking noises, but all the lights should be on (if you have automatic lights, this includes interior and exterior lights). If you could just update us with what it does when you turn the key, that would be great. :)
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