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I ran my 2003 santa fe until the battery died i have recharged the battery the vehicle cranks but wont start any ideas

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It may be cranking to slow?

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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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It needs a new pruge valve. The purge valve is sticking open allowing fuel vapors into the intake manifold causing a rich hard start condition.

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SOURCE: 2003 santa fe 4 cycl clutch replacemnt

The fastest way is to remove the rad and move the engine ahead enough to change the clutch. Be sure to support the trans. Otherwise you will be into a lot of work under the truck. Frankster016

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SOURCE: location of crank position sensor 2003 santa fe 4

hi the sensor is in with the timing belt. You will have to remove the timing belt cover and belt to put a new one in. You will also see a small gold metal rotor that spins on this sensor also replace that or it will trash the new sensor.

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SOURCE: 2.4l santa fe spark plug location

there are 2 covers that are over the plugs the first is the big silver and black cover that has four
10mm bolts remove them and then there is a small black cover that is inbetween the two humps on the valve cover i think that there 6 bolts that holdthat down remove this and the coils and plug wires are visable

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SOURCE: how to replace a valve cover gasket 2003 hyundai santa fe

Just take a picture of it with digital camera or phone. And start removing wires and hoses until they are all out of way of cover. Then remove the bolts all way around cover and pull straight up and it will come right off. If not use a flat head screw driver to prise it off. Clean old gasket off of valvecover and engine. then put it bak together. Tighten bolts slowly, start with ones in center ov it and work your way out. Just finger tight. Then snug, then torque em down. Not too tight as if tostrip the bolt or break it off. Cause it be very expensive. also write down everywhere each wire go's unless you can remember

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i'd check the battery condition as you say won't turn over, but may be the ignition switch it's self as you also state the steering lock doesnt engage , hope this helps with a place to start

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Sounds like your alterator has malfunctioned and is not charging the battery or providing electrical energy to the vehicle.

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Sounds like the timming belt jumped or broke. A faulty crank sensor could also be at fault.

When asking a question about a problem with your vehicle you should always state your vehicles od reading and engine size, thanks.

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Turning the key to start up


I had the same problem. Even If I left the cab light on while gassing up(with the car shut off), my battery would die.


Two things.Purchase voltage meter ($20 - $25) to test your battery output. It should read from 12 to 12.8 volts. Anything close to 10 amps or less, you should replace your battery. You can also run this check with an amp meter with cab probably be even cheaper. Another option is a battery charger with a built in amp meter. Just disconnect the cables and connect the battery charger. When you plug the charger into the wall it will should you a proper amp reading. Again, if it shows too low a reading you need a new battery. This comes from experience as I have a 2005 Santa Fe with the same problem.

The second thing is to take your vehicle to have the alternator checked. With older vehicles we used to start the car and disconnect the negative battery cable.( If you do this, DO NOT let the cable touch anything.Just hold it in your hand.) If the cars shuts off, the alternator isn't charging the battery properly.

*** NOTE*** I'm not sure if this is recommended for newer vehicles but it was an easy fix for older vehicles, a time and money saver for sure.

Good Luck.

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