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2012 santa fe feels like rear differential is slipping upon acceleration

After driving on the hiway for an hour and then stopping somewhere; taking off I notice a very hard bucking as though the rear differential is slipping; it does this hard and loud about 13 times before it smooths out.

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dear friend-i do not think you have a problem with your transmission,but i think we must have a look at the tps sensor.another thing to do is to connect to a hi scan and get some fault codes.

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try resetting adaptive values to see if that helps. remove both battery cable terminals and hold them together for about 30 seconds to discharge all power. reconnect and drive.

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