Hyundai Santa Fe - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals


Use a good scan tool to monitor vehicle parameters when trying to start and when the vehicle is running,this should give you direction to the problem area.

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I suggest hooking it to a scan tool that will access the ABS/ BCM functions of the PC and find out what code it is showing. That will lead you to what the issue is.

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Usually cam caps have a number on them, or when removed put in order you took them off.

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Most Santa Fe model from that year had traction control fitted as standard. Check the dashboard centre console. There will be a button marked like the attached image. Different car makers put them in different places. It could be anywhere from next to the gear stick to up high on the centre of the dashboard.
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check the fuses in the cabin.

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COULD BE A FUEL PROBLEM STARTING WITH PLUGGED FILTERS OR A BAD PUMP OR RELAY . WE DO NOT HAVE TESTING ONLINE

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This sounds like a plugged fuel filter or a failing fuel pump. If it has high miles a tune up including filter changes might be in order. If you have access to a pressure gauge the pressure spec. is 40-50 lbs.

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If you are talking about an automatic transmission, then yes it is normal. When you drop it into Drive or Reverse, the torque converter is now mechanically connected to your transmission, which is connected to your driveline, through the fluid inside your torque converter, which creates a drag on the engine, causing the rpms to drop. Hope this helps!

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The service and repair manual with a diagram and pictures will help you to locate and fix the problem on your own and you will get the manual from the given link http://toolsnyou.com/

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Sounds like a ecu problem but to be sure get the OBD read and this will give you the code number for the faulty sensors,component

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First and foremost, and the obvious, check the transmission fluid. After that is noted to be full and in good condition see if there are any codes. Make note of the codes. Your vehicle has universal codes. So they can be decoded. When it does this, can you downshift and keep the vehicle moving. Very broad spectrum of possibilities.

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not a very clear question here

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