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My hyndai Santa Fe idling is usually above 1 before l engage the gears and later drops below 1 after engaging the gears, is this normal

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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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SOURCE: 2002 hyundai santa fe transmission will not engage

You might have lost your lower gears, I would have someone look at it to see if your gears are gone or if its just a faulty sensor.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe ABS light is staying on

Here are all the possible problems which can turn on your ABS light.

C1101 Battery voltage over volt: 18V or more ○ ○ BR - 69
C1102 Battery voltage low volt: 9.5V or less ○ ○ BR - 69
C1200 FL wheel sensor: open or short to ground ○ ○ BR - 66
C1201 - Range/Performance: speed jump or damaged exciter ○ ○ BR - 67
C1202 - No signal: air-gap error or wrong excite ○ ○ BR - 68
C1203 FR wheel sensor: open or short to ground ○ ○ BR - 66
C1204 - Range/Performance: speed jump or damaged exciter ○ ○ BR - 67
C1205 - No signal excite: air-gap error or wrong excite ○ ○ BR - 68
C1206 RL wheel sensor: open or short to ground ○ ○ BR - 66
C1207 - Range/Performance: speed jump or damaged exciter ○ ○ BR - 67
C1208 - No signal excite: air-gap error or wrong excite ○ ○ BR - 68
C1209 RR wheel sensor: open or short to ground ○ ○ BR - 66
C1210 - Range/Performance: speed jump or damaged exciter ○ ○ BR - 67
C1211 No signal: air-gap error or wrong excite ○ ○ BR - 68
C1604 ECU hardware: ECU internal or valve failure ○ ○ BR - 70
C2112 Valve relay: valve relay or fuse failure ○ ○ BR - 70
C2402 Motor-Electrical: open or short to battery, motor relay, fuse or motor lock fail ○ ○ BR - 71
C1503 TCS switch failure δ ○
C1605 CAN Hardware failure δ ○ BR - 71
C1610 CAN Bus off failure δ ○ BR - 71
C1611 EMS Time-out failure δ ○ BR - 71
C1612 TCM Time-out failure δ ○ BR - 71
C1613 TCM Un-matching failure δ ○ BR - 71
C2227 Brake disc overheat δ ○
C1274 G-Sensor signal fail (only 4WD) ○ ○ BR - 72
C1275 G-Sensor open or short to ground (only 4WD) ○ ○ BR - 72
You'll need a scanner which is compatible with Hyundai's ABS system to retrieve any DTC's (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) stored in its computer. Any time the ABS light comes on, there's a DTC stored in its computer - that code will tell you where the problem exists. Then you can go from there.

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2.2td estima enima,the auto gearbox stopt change gear from 3 to 4,can somebody help me please?

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SOURCE: 2001 hyundai santa fe transmission

Hello, all your codes are related to transmission shift solenoid circuit condtion eg: Transmission > Automatic Transaxle > P0750 Low and Reverse Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0755 Underdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0760 Second Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0765 Overdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Wether your vehicle is equipped with a 4 cylinder or v6 ,all the codes are for either engine models. Check your main wire harness that plugs into the top of the transmission and verify,that a good connection is present. if all looks ok and the vehicle still exibits the same symptoms. The problem may also be in the ECM/TCM control module itself. A Hyundai dealer would have the proper scan tool and tester to verify and perform actuation tests on the shift solendoids themselves to make sure they are working correctly. This does not mean that the transmission itself has failed. You basically have an open circuit somewhere that the solenoids are not getting a good ground. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 31, 2011

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