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Crank sensor car will when cold but will not tick over when hot changed fuel filter

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When vehicle reaches a high temperature and cuts out pore water on the crank sensor. Once crank sensor is cooled down , vehicle will be able to start.

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SOURCE: trouble starting, keeps cranking, backfires,replaced

if you at any point have changed you´re timing belt you might have timed it a tooth or two of

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SOURCE: car cranks but will not cold cranks easily

your battery might not have enough cold cranking amps to get your motor running. consider upgrading to a stronger battery. but first take your current battery to a auto parts store and have a load test done on it.

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SOURCE: 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe changed

on the 2.7 the fuel pressure regulater is prone to leaking, worth checking it out

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SOURCE: Where can I find the fuel filter on my 2000

Want to change the fuel filter? I will provide you the steps on how to replace the fuel filter. This is how to do it.
1. Remove the lower rear seatcushion by pushing the two small black retaining tabs--located on the bottomfront of the seat--while pulling the seat cushion up and then forward. Pry upthe inspection plate, located below the seat cushion, using a screwdriver. (Itmay be necessary to cut the black sealer used to attach the cover with a sharpknife before prying the cover out.) Be careful not to break the wiring underthe cover. 2. Disconnect the fuel pump wiringfrom the fuel pump by squeezing the locking tab on the plug while pulling up onthe connector. Start the engine and let it run until it stalls. 3. Disconnect the negative batterycable from the battery, located in the driver side front of the enginecompartment, using a 10-mm wrench. Position the cable away from the battery toprevent accidental contact while the fuel filter is being removed and replaced. 4. Depress the quick disconnectbutton located on the end of the fuel lines and twist while pulling to removethem from the old filter. Unclip the filter from the bracket it is snapped intoand remove the fuel line on the bottom of the filter. 5. Push the fuel lines onto thenew filter until they snap into place. Reconnect the negative battery cable.Prime the fuel filter by turning the ignition key to the run position and backto the off position three times. This will fill and pressurize the fuel system.Start the engine and check for leaks. Reinstall the fuel pump cover and rearseat.

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Hi there!

A few more things to check for you.-

A vacuum leak in any of the vacuum hoses will cause the ECU to make random guesses at what's going on.

Have you replaced plugs recently - or at all? This is probably the main cause - and certainly worth a try.

Fuel filter should be replaced at recommended intervals - about 3 years.

Clean your leads and HT gear really well with a degreasant. Any losses will be more noticable at tickover than high revs.

Lastly.........wear on cam lobes or timing belt.

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