Question about 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe
The cars dashboard lights flashed, then the car stalled, the car did restart however when you put the drive selector in drive it will not engage ..v6 top of line santa fee 115k miles bought this for my daughter after her audi caught fire and burnt to the ground....she is 6 hours away at college and does not know anyone...she will get someone to check the tranny fluid and if it is full she will disconnect the battery in hope to reset the computers...is there anything else to try or just bring it to the dealer??? thanks
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There is a long drive cycle for this issue and it is a tsb so it should be free. Have them call hyundai tech line to get the drive cycle. Its so long i could never type it out for you. Its pages but it works. If the dealer gives you any problems call hyundai consumer affairs and they will take care of it for you. the number is in your owners manual or ask a sales person. Hyundai cansumer affairs will do anything to make you happy. Hope this helps good luck.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
DTC P0734 is "4th gear incorrect ratio" - that's your torque converter 'LOCK UP Clutch" It's worn out (or you're using the wrong Trans Fluid required by Hyundai - SPIII OR Both). The P1624 is simply the Trans Control Unit (computer) communicating to the Engine Control Module (ECM computer) MIL - on request signal to ECM = asking it to turn on "Check Engine" light. MIL = Malfunction Indicator Lamp. When the torque converter 'lock up" clutch slips or doesn't engage, the trans automatically returns to 3rd gear and stays there (it's called 'fail safe' mode) until you cycle the ignition key, then everything resets until the malfunction occurs again.
You'll need to have an AT (Automatic Transaxel) tester hooked up to verify this. Hyundai has a Service Bulletin specifically for "gear incorrect ratio' codes. If when you changed the trans fluid, was it done at a Hyundai Service Center? If not, someone may have installed the wrong fluid.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Have the codes read to find out the fault code that triggers the light. Go to a mechanic, or your local auto parts superstore and have them check it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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that the systems control module (or the system sensor in the case of
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