2013 Hyundai Azera - Won't crank despite lots of working parts

car wont crank battery good starter good battery in fob replaced with new one

How do you know the starter, battery, etc. are good? Are they new? Been tested? Assuming they are good, I’d check the condition of the cables and connections in case something is loose, corroded, broken, etc. Beyond that, I’m not a mechanic and I can’t offer much else.

all were checked battery was almost new took back and checked putting 750 cranking amps starter was taken off and took and tested at 2 different places both tested starter was good

Can you turn over the engine by putting a breaker bar on the crankshaft bolt?

Exactly what happens when you turn the key? Have you tried starting it with the transmission in neutral?

Ask your shop to measure the starter’s “s” terminal voltage during attempted cranking (key in start). It should measure at least 10.5 volts, probing between the terminal and the starter case.