Had the same problem, changed the positive and negative battery cable heads, this stopped the drain. Check and see if the cables are good first.
check your positive on your battery. verify if no power is coming from the battery OR from the ignition. hard to answer without knowing if the problem is coming from battery or ignition. look for burnt wires going to the solenoid. hope you get a more precise answer. good luck. it could be worse!
Ignition switch may be defective.
you have to put the key in ignition, and turn the key to on and lock for ten times. this will reset the computer only . unhooking the positive from battery will do nothing with lights on dash if problem, wasn't repaired.
Discharged battery Bad wiring connection, positive or negative Immobiliser fault Faulty ignition switch.
Check your ignition fuse,its in the fuse box,also,your fusible link could be burnt or melted,its connected to your positive battery cable,if burnt or melted,then its your problem.
the ignition control module could be the problem
There are several reasons why a Hyundai will not start with the ignition is on. There could be a problem with the battery or starter. There may also be a problem with the wiring.
battery may not be the problem check your starter motor and ignition switch
Something is on, as in headlights or ignition, or the battery has a dead cell. If the battery is over 2 years old it is more than likely the battery itself that is the problem. Disconnect the battery positive cable and fully charge the battery. Let it sit overnight and if it goes dead, replace the battery. If not, find out what is running it down.
Battery, battery cable or connections, starter problem, ignition switch not working. Be more specific please.
I had this problem on my disco 1. Turned out to be the alternator, which was replaced and the problem was fixed.
A person will have no power to the ignition when the key is turned over when the battery is dead or the ignition switch is defective. Each component must be tested to rule them out as a problem.
It could be a bad battery, or connection. A bad starter and or solenoid could be the problem, along with an ignition switch to name a few.
If you battery has plenty of power, either faulty contacts in ignition switch or starter motor, or faulty starter motor.
check the battery and connections/cables
Look for a loose or corroded positive battery cable at the battery post - or a loose/corroded battery terminal on the positive cable.
First off, does it turn over (crank) and not start? If it does and the motor sounds like it should start and it doesn't then check and see if your car is equipped with an ignition module, which I'm pretty sure it does. If it has an ignition module, replace that and it should solve your problem. Ignition modules are inexpensive and easy to install.
Faulty Ignition System. Dead battery. Dead Coil. Worn out Ignition "Wires" to Plugs. Corroded Battery Cable to Starter. Corrosion at Battery Terminals. Engine Ground Problem thereof eliminating complete Electrical Circuit. Blown Fuses or Relays. Faulty Ignition Switch. Hope one of these is it!! CHEERS!!
There is a fuse attached to the positive battery cable harness, somewhere near the battery. Find that fuse and replace it. This might just solve the problem. The fuse is not attached to the battery cable, but in the vicinity of the battery batteries positive side.
remove the battery terminals for a minimum of 10 minutes.
you have a dirty battery post
It could be a weak battery or a bad ignition coil.
Hard to determine where the problem may be. If the battery is strong but the starter spins slowly, the problem is at the starter. If the starter spins freely, the problem lies elsewhere (ie, fuel system, electrical/electronic, ignition switch, etc.).
If your alarm goes off while you turn your ignition key this could be signaling a problem with the vehicle's power. Have your battery tested to ensure that it has enough juice to power your vehicle. You may then want to look for corrosion on the battery posts or battery cable ends.