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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hyundai santa fe 02 diesel
my 2001 hyundai santefe won't start. I diagnosed it and had this code, P0340 camshaft position sensor mulfunction, I checked the wiring system, replaced the cam sensor, but still keep having the same code. can anybody help me out?
secondly there is no current to the injectors. What do i need to do
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
Difficult question with all the variables involved. I'll start by saying the Santa Fe is a decent vehicle, and has the potential to last a long time (many miles). However, as with any vehicle, how has it been driven and maintained? If you purchased it new, drove it 'gently' (no racing, wild off road driving, starting it on a 0 degree day and revving the engine to high rpm, etc) maintained it well (fluid and filter changes on a regular basis, topping off fluids (not letting the oil go down a quart before adding- top it off when its only down 1/2 qt at most), fixing anything that starts to go (before a small problem becomes a big one), you could probably get 200k miles or more out the vehicle. What kind of driving do you do? Highway mostly? The # of miles over the life of the vehicle would be highest, if you do short drives around the city, that is tougher on a car, total miles of the life of the vehicle would be less. If you bought the car used, there is the big unknown factor--how did the previous owner(s) take care of the car? Was it owned by a little old lady that only drove it to church on Sunday, resulting in 1k miles driven a year? Sounds great, but letting a car sit w/out driving is actually bad for the car. Has the car been kept clean? If it's driven in an area w/ snow, is the vehicle washed often to remove road salt? Some cars sheet metal fails before the engine and tranny do because of corrosive road salt. So, to answer your question, 'it depends..." Good luck.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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