If it stalls and restarts right away, check more into fuel pump problems and airflow monitoring systems, possibly even injector pulse (cam sensor related).
If it simply dies without hesitating, I'd guess your crank sensor.
It is behind the crank shaft pulley in front of the motor!
From my experience, If your crank sensors bad the car will not start up at all.
its on the front off the engine you must remove timing belt to replace it
Location is behind the starter,droping the starter makes the job easy.unplug the sensor then pry it out,best with pliers o ring then reinstall.
The sensors can be checked with an oscilliscope, graphing multimeter or for frequency(not anywhere near as good). Resistance values are meaningless with the type of sensor used.
where is the crank position sensor located on a 2004 hyundai v-6 2.7 engine
I would say a badcam or crank sensor. if not scan system for codes
I am working on the same problem in a 1999 Elantra Wagon, and have read that it could be the crank sensor. Hope this helps. here are a couple of possiblities: bad crank sensor, broken or jumped timing belt, bad fuel pump, bad cam sensor. Answer was this the only problem or was the transmission not shifting before too?
in front of the motor by the transmission
At autozone, they are $34.99.
cam or crank sensor
A bad cam or crank sensor can cause a no start, but the engine will still crank or turn over.
A bad crankshaft sensor on a 2.3 Ford may cause the car to not start. A bad crankshaft sensor can crank, just not start.
by driving my car the hyundai elantra 01 stall out and i replaced spark plugs , cam sensor crank shaft position sensor and still not ignighte
where is located the crankshaft sensor in a Santa Fe 2001 2.7
There is no such thing as a crankshaft sensor. There is no such thing as a crankshaft sensor.
where is crank sensor on a 92 hyundia scoupe
on top of the bell housing in plain view
Have you checked for fuel and spark? Camshaft sensor and or crank sensor will cause that problem as well!
Probably need to check the crank sensor (if the check engine light is on) or the fuel pump... I had that problem not too long ago...