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My santa fe new oil and filltre has high compression still blowing blue smoke

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The engine is burning oil.

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SOURCE: transmission filter on 2003 hyundia santa fe

In 2002 they discontinued the external trans filter. So your vehicle could have the external filter. If you look next to the trans dipstick tube, on top of the trans case you will see the filter or you will see just a spot where the filter use to go before they eliminated it. Yes, the filter does llok like a regular engine oil filter. If the trans does not have the external filter ontop then there is no service to the filter to be done, the only recommendation is to bring vehicle into a shop to have the fluid flushed. By the way, make SURE you use the correct Hyundai SP-III trans fluid (not dexron/mercon). This fluid is specific to the Hyundai and can not be purchased from auto parts stores, only the dealership. Failure to use SP-III will cause premature wear to the internal bands and clutches.

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SOURCE: need instructions on removing hyundai santa fe 01 fan belt ac

its your serpentine belt (thats what its called) and you will need a 3/8 ratchet and then find the belt tensioner. The tensioner has a spot where you need to put the ratchet into and pull or push depending on whatever way and that will releive the pressure off the belt so you can take it off.

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Most likely the A/C system needs to be recharged with freon.
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SOURCE: just change headlight on my santa fe because low

did you ever get this problem fixed? I have the same thing going on in my 2005 Santa Fe. I've checked the fuses and they are all ok

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SOURCE: 2004 hyundai santa fe 2.4 L did a compression test

Should be about 150psi, did engine over heat, if so could be bad head gasket, also check make sure timing belt did not jump teeth, here's a diagram of timing belt mark's, maybe will help to check if timing belt jumped, hope this was very helpful.

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