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SAnta fe will not start

My santa fe will not start (it turns but does not catch). If i tow it for 10yds it starts and once started will start again until left overnight.

Have change battery, re-programmed key, changed fuel pump, glow plugs. Does not show on engine management system

Had a hyundai and independent garage look at it. With no joy

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  • wht e30 Dec 24, 2008

    i have an 01 hyundai santa fe and if left to sit overnight it will crank but not start, and now its not even cranking. any help out there?

  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem,you say you have changed the glow plugs,I cannot even find mine,I think possibly the next step is injectors

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    this is a diesel? you say glow plugs where replaced?

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Possibly 1 of the fuel injectors is malfunctioning causing a fuel lock,try getting them tested

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