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You MUST get into the service bay
& talk to a tech,not the service writer
out front, or the service manager in the shop
Your wrong & they know the vehicles they work on
It doesn't matter what the vehicle did since you owned it
They know the product & already have time involved to try
& help you,let them finish the job
Talk only to the tech that worked on it & bring your work order
Have the same tech continue to find & resolve the issue
The fact it worked one way since you have had it, doesn't
mean it did not have a problem when you got it & they are
trying to explain that to you
In the auto position you have a problem, as they tried to explain
Yes-- if it is dark or your in a shadow the lights will come on briefly,
not all the time,it has not worked correctly since you had it, or
someone is confused about how it should work
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
I had the same problem with a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe. While driving to work as I pressed on the gas the brake and battery light would come on. When I applied the brake, the lights would go off. When I got to work I turned the car off and then tried to start it, nothing. The car made a funny sound while running and I could smell somethig smoking. I replaced the alternator and all is good again. When removing the alternator the bottom lifts off the mounting bracket, you cannot drive the bottom bolt back through the mount as I tried to. Simply remove the nut on the bottom bolt and remove the top bolt, then lift the alternator out.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
dear friend:this might sound stupid,but remove the key from the barrel and try again,then see if the dash lights dim when trying to start,if it does the battery is to flat to turn the engine,if it is a auto shift the lever slightly forward and backward to make sure it is not the neutral switch.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
SOURCE: How do I reset the radio
look for 4 digit security code in owners/maintenance books enter into radio.you have 3 attempts before lockout. if this occurs disconnect battery again
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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