Question about 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS 4dr SUV 2.4L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic
I filled the tank with unleaded premium and it's a diesel tank. I drove around 20kms until stopping and getting it towed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check exhaust emission control system and catalytic converter.
These items have been integrated into a highly effective system which controls exhaust emissions while maintaining good driveability and fuel economy.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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my 2001 hyundai santefe won't start. I diagnosed it and had this code, P0340 camshaft position sensor mulfunction, I checked the wiring system, replaced the cam sensor, but still keep having the same code. can anybody help me out?
secondly there is no current to the injectors. What do i need to do
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
If you live in the US, take it to qany Auto Zone store and thy will read the codes off for you, I would suspect any right thinking competitor would do the same, check if you don't have one near by.
Hope this is of some help.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
it uses a spring loaded tensioner.use a breaker bar to rotate the tension and it should just come off.if u need a pic or anything else to do it let me know,
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Your vehicle is equipped with a vapor recovery system, also called Evaporative Emmissions System or (EVAP). The purpose of this system is to trap fuel vapors coming from the raw fuel in your fuel tank so that is does not escape into the atmosphere. This is for emmissions control as well as safety. (most people don't think of it as a safety thing, but trust me, it is a lot safer not having all those fumes running around loose)
Anyway, the vent solenoid to your fuel tank closes during engine operation so that the engine can vacuum these fumes into the intake manifold and burn them. If you are trying to refuel your your tank with the engine running, this is the reason for your problem. The pressure of the air being displaced by the fuel entering the tank is fooling the pump nozzel int "thinking" that your tank is full and causing it to shut off.
If youare not doing this with the engine running, then there is a problem with the system. The charcoal canister could be clogged, the vent solenoid could be sticking, or both. (a damaged canister can clog up the entire system by filling it with little charcoal pellets in all the hoses and lines - common problem)
The fuel fill tube could also e partially collapsed. There are rubber hoses connecting all the parts that tend to deteriorate and they can close up as a result. A thorough inspection of your EVAP system should turn up the answer to your problem.
It may be common among 2002 Santa Fe's, but there is a fix, you shouldn't have to simply live with it.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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