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Engine stop !!!!

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.

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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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How do I check oxygen sensor on a Hyundai santa fe 2004


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Bank one is the first oxygen sensor in line from the engine back. Bank 2 is the second in line.

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How many O2 sensors does a santa fe 2004 hundayi 4cyl have?


Heated Oxygen Sensor (H02S)

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.

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My santa fe has a cooling fan that wont stop runningstays hot but dont over heat


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?
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