Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
I recently purchased a 2003 AWD Sant Fe with about 70000 miles on it. It runs great. It is smooth and has no odd noises, doesnt run loud or anything. A few days ago while I was driving on the freeway my check engine light came on, but then didnt come on again the next day. I took it in to get an oil change and check the filters and all that and asked them to check the light for me. They said it didnt read anything, but that Hyundai recommends having the differentials replaced at about 75000 or 80000 miles. When I was driving it later that night it suddenly just stopped running. All lights were on and functioning, no noises, no other indicators. I coasted to the side of the road, turned the car off, waited for a minute and it restarted right away as it nothing had happened. It has not happened since, but the check engine light has come back on, and then off again. Any advice or suggestions?
You need to get the code checked first . If it is on when the engine is running . it does come on for a bulb check when first started then goes out . any parts store can check the code for free recommend auto zone
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