Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
When the engine heats up it stops. I can not turn it on until after the engine cools. I changed the spark plugs and ignition coil but nothing.I do not know what to do. Thank you. Cristian
Iam sure you have a sensor problem here and it could the autochoke is flooding the engine as its not getting the right reading via the computer so check and change the temperature sensors before you start spending money on exotic causes like the computer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 hyundai santa fe 6
OK. just follow the number on the ignition coils.
And the number on the cylinders are.
The FIREWALL side are 1,3,5, Starting from the belts location.
The RADIATOR side are 2,4,6, Starting from the belts location.
The coil with number 1 go to cylinder 1. as the same way the rest of the coils and cylinders.
OK... I hope this solve your question .
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Your codes are as follows:
18010: "ECT Circuit High Input"
16684: "Random Misifre"
16685: "Cyl 1 Misfire"
16686: "Cyl 2 Misfire"
18010: "Voltage Supply Terminal 30 Voltage Too Low"
Your codes 16684, 16685 and 16686 are symptoms, not the problems. Obviously your engine is running roughly. So, once you get the problem fixed, these codes should go away on their own.
The 18010 code is normally displayed after the vehicle's computer has been re-set or replaced. If you've recently attempted to reset the computer in an effort to fix your issues, don't worry about this code. It too will go away when you get the main problem fixed. If you haven't reset the computer (or disconnected the battery for any other reason), then you'll want to check your battery cables and the power source cables running to your computer to make sure they're connected securely and are free of corosion.
Having said all this, we get to the root of your problem (code 16502). This code is triggered when your Engine Coolant Temp Sensor goes bad. The sensor typically sells for $60.
To remove and replace it:
Hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: 89 s10 blazer no spark
There is no test for module in distributor, but they often cause this kind of problem. Also while in there, check the pickup coil wires to make sure they are intact.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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