Question about 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
I have a 2004 Santa Fe. Why does it keep shutting off on me and after I let it sit over night it starts back up?
It could be several things . One i would have the fuel pressure tested , you may have a bad fuel pump. Two a bad coil pack , if they are going bad they can heat up and fail.Three the ECM or CPU may have gone bad or going bad . Witch would explane after sitting will start again.I would start with the fuel system making sure you have fuel pressure . It could also be the fuel filter that could explane low fuel pressure .
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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