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I am a mechanic ..most people ask questions about these foreign hyundai motors ..below is an example of engines that basically if you ask about a Hyundai Xg 350 ,xg300 ..well allow me to hammer 90% of your questions in case you want to grab another motor ..these motors listed will work on 90% of all hyundai products ...Look at the starter sizes ,,all the same for the selected models ..then look at the motor sizes ..This will help you in solving some problems most do not give the specific questioning 100% NEW REPLACEMENT STARTER FOR STARTER
I had this same problem on my 2004 Santa Fe with the 3.4L engine. I had it towed to the dealer. WhenI called them back they said there was nothing wrong with it. (they didn't charge me either) What they said was that this problem occurs if your car does not start right away and you continue to try to start it. The solution is to push the accelerator to the floor and then turn the key to start it. I know, we've all been taught that you don't need to "pump" the accelerator with a car that has fuel injection. I had the same problem a few weeks ago, did what I described above, and the car started fine.