Question about 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
My 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe is having occassional stalling issues that doesn't produce any codes. So, of course, the dealership, can't find the isssue. Here's what happens. Right now, about once or twice a month, I will pull in somewhere and place my car in park. And what will happen is that the tachometer will jump up and down between 500 and 2000 RPMs. Then it will slowly drop towards zero until it finally stalls. Once in a while the car will almost stall out but then recover. Sometimes the car will start right back up and run fine for weeks until it does this again. Sometimes I have to try to start it many times or even wait about 30 minutes before it will start then it doesn't happen again for a few weeks. It's important to know that this only happens after I've been driving and then put the car in park. Also, the care will stay running and not stall if I keep my foot on the gas. So an issue with the fuel sending units has been ruled out. I have also at times heard like a large rush of air under the hood when the engine does try to prevent itself from stalling. It sounds like a big rush of air and then the car prevents itself from stalling out. Hope that made sense. Thanks for any help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: a/c issue 2006 sante fe
The AC unti is driven by a belt coming from the crankshaft. The belt is attached to the ac compressor which has a clutch unit that is suppose to let the compresser pully spin freely. by the sounds of your problem you might need a new pully/clutch for your ac compressor
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
SOURCE: cranking issues
This issue is caused by a fault in the evap. emmision system. In the engine compartment there is a purge valve that takes in engine vaccum and fuel vapours. The valve is malfunctioning. It is located on the right side of the intake planum.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
SOURCE: My 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
P0320-is Ignition/Distributor engine speed input circuit. Inspect the wire harness and electrical plug ins in the area of the distributor. Replace the Ignition/Distributor engine speed sensor. This should clear up your Tachometer problem. Good Luck and happy new Year. From Ernie @ RedDeer, Alberta, Canada.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
Did some research and found quite a few people with the same problem. All solutions were the same. Replace the Purge Control Valve, Hyundai part number 28910-22040. It is covered under warranty.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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