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The radio in my 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe doesn't work until I have driven a few miles when the weather is really cold.

Why does it not work until my car gets warmed up?

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SOURCE: 2003 Santa fe timing belt change

You can drive it till it breaks of course, that will cost much more then replacing it as maintenance though. I would plan to have it changed much sooner then later as you are already past your recomended service time.

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SOURCE: Chirping in steering wheel of 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe

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SOURCE: Radio no longer works. The car battery died, so we

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Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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SOURCE: the heaters on my 2005 hyundai santa fe have

dear friend-it is basicly impossible that no air can enter unless the duckting pipes is completely blocked,your heater valve control the hot and cold air as it is only a two way switch,the air-con make use of the same tunnels but will not come on if there is no gas in the system.

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SOURCE: 2001 hyundai santa fe transmission

Hello, all your codes are related to transmission shift solenoid circuit condtion eg: Transmission > Automatic Transaxle > P0750 Low and Reverse Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0755 Underdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0760 Second Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0765 Overdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Wether your vehicle is equipped with a 4 cylinder or v6 ,all the codes are for either engine models. Check your main wire harness that plugs into the top of the transmission and verify,that a good connection is present. if all looks ok and the vehicle still exibits the same symptoms. The problem may also be in the ECM/TCM control module itself. A Hyundai dealer would have the proper scan tool and tester to verify and perform actuation tests on the shift solendoids themselves to make sure they are working correctly. This does not mean that the transmission itself has failed. You basically have an open circuit somewhere that the solenoids are not getting a good ground. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 31, 2011

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Bulletin

Subject:

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ECM UPDATE

Group:
FUEL SYSTEM

Number:
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Date:
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FUEL SYSTEM

10-FL-010

AUGUST, 2010
MODELS:

EN VERACRUZ, CM SANTA FE,

TG AZERA, EP ENTOURAGE,

NF SONATA, BH GENESIS

DTC P2135/P0638 OR COLD ENGINE RPM

FLUCTUATION - TPS REPLACEMENT &

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NOTE:

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model to the applicability list. It also provides instructions to select the

most recent available ECM Update Events #166-178 or any higher event

numbers if they become available in the future.

DESCRIPTION:

Symptom/Condition:

Some 2.7L, 3.3L or 3.8L engines in models identified in the applicability list may

experience one or more of the following conditions:

• DTC P2135: Throttle position sensors 1/2 voltage correlation

• DTC P0638: Throttle actuator control range/performance

• RPM fluctuation while engine is cold (DTC not set)

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