Question about 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe
The serpintine belt keeps walking off
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my hyundai santefe won't start.
First of all, when you start, will it turn over at all or not? You say you have no power to the injectors. How did you verify this? If so, it's possible your fuel system fuse is burnt out. The fuel pump relay powers only the fuel pump. A separate relay and fuse take care of the injection system itself. Check those also. Until you know more about what the cam is doing, though, you might want to check it thoroughly. Also, just getting compression in one cylinder is not a verification of whether the cam is turning. There are bound to be more than one cylinder that will still build compression even if the cam is stopped. You might need to check more than one cylinder, or go as far as to do a compression test.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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