I have a recurent problem with my santa fe 2004. the engine stop for any reason i have 150 000km. We change the oxygen sensor , i check the gaz pump at hyundai they cant tell me whats the problem. after 1000$ of repairs nothing change . could you help us.
Check filter in fuel tank had same problem would be driving along and engine would cut out hyundai couldnt sort it. A friend told me the paint can come off the inside of the tank and clog the filter fixed the problem.
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If the check engine light is not showing trouble codes for O2 sensor, it's still working. Although they CAN still show okay while operating with degraded performance. They are supposed to be replaced every few years, but no one does. If you want to test it, you have to remove it from the car, hook up a VOM and heat the sensor while watching the volts. Not really worth the trouble. Just replace it!
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The sensors are located in the exhaust system. On some vehicles, one sensor is located up at the exhaust manifold(s) and the other sensor is located down at the catalytic converter. On other vehicles, both sensors are located down at the catalytic converter.
P0320-is Ignition/Distributor engine speed input circuit. Inspect the wire harness and electrical plug ins in the area of the distributor. Replace the Ignition/Distributor engine speed sensor. This should clear up your Tachometer problem. Good Luck and happy new Year. From Ernie @ RedDeer, Alberta, Canada.
their not on muffler their in front of and after the catalytic converter screwed into the exhaust pipe jack up and support vehicle and follow exhaust pipe from engine rear ward will see o2 sensor sticking upward with wires
On the 2.4L and 2.7L engines, the camshaft position sensor is located on top of
the engine near the ignition coils. On the 3.5L engine, the sensor is located at
the front of the engine near the camshaft gear.
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Sounds like a defective coolant temperature sensor. You didn't tell us which engine is in your Santa Fe. 2.4 4cylinder, 2.7 V6? or the 3.5 V6?
Without diagnosing this problem myslef, there are several probable causes (first, coolant temp sensor), next could be wiring, ECM, welded contacts in cooling fan relay, short in relay circuit, etc.