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Failure to start

Was driving suddenly stopped and failure to re-start.

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Had the same problem....was caused by malfunction of a sensor that needed to be changed

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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What would cause a 2004 hyundai santa fe suddenly fall into limp mode?


It has a failure in the engine or transmission, this was sensed by the control computers and to avoid any further damage it put you in the low power limp mode. You need to have the system control modules scanned for fault codes to see what went wrong.

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the indicated problem is that the torque converter clutch servo/solenoid has failed
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Hi, this failure looks like lack of oil into the steering wheel pump you better check oil amount on it.

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2004 Hyundai Santa Fe loses exceleration


This is usually caused by failure of the accelerator pedal position sensor, but can also be caused by the throttle control motor. I would test the sensor first. If it fails, replace it. If it passes, che k the wiring and connectors for continuity to the pcm and throttle. If wiring is good, replace the throttle controller.

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hi you have checked p/steering fluid have you checked the pump drive belt ? it may be loose/worne out and in need of replacement? also more important ? when did you last check tyre pressures honestly ??? these are the 1st things to check at least weekly ? considering age of vehicle and probable milage? if the belt/s have not been renewed ? might be worth doing? before failure when you are on freeway ? you can diy belts saving $$$$s garage cost/labour charge and you can purchase from most good motor stores/factors instead of dealers prices ?

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dear friend-please see if your power steering belt is stil in tact

May 18, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe

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2003 Hyundai Santa Fe Lost power now won't start


Sounds like the timming belt jumped or broke. A faulty crank sensor could also be at fault.

When asking a question about a problem with your vehicle you should always state your vehicles od reading and engine size, thanks.

Mar 19, 2009 | 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe

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