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Car dies seconds after starting it, everytime.

2004 Hyundai santa fe, everythiung seemed to be working fine. went back out to the car after letting it sit for a few hours and it died about 3 seconds after starting it. does the same thing over and over again. It won't stay running?

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  • coachmarlow May 19, 2009

    car dies seconds after starting it, everytime. and after it sits for aa while it runs for about a min. then cuts off again

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    my Sante Fe starts and once it runs for lets say half an hour approximely, it shuts off and won't start until it cools down. I was told maybe it was a sensor. Further knowledge would be great!

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Hi,I would thnk you have an immobilizer fault/fuel pump/fuel pump relay problem.If you have a spare key try it.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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