Question about 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe
RPM's drop when waiting at lights or stop signs, have to put in on neutral so it doesn't shut down.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you live in the US, take it to qany Auto Zone store and thy will read the codes off for you, I would suspect any right thinking competitor would do the same, check if you don't have one near by.
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Posted on Apr 21, 2009
EVAP system is a very COMPLEX system. There is not enough time or space here to adequately diagnose your problem. Components involved are Canister Close Valve, Charcoal Canister, Canister Filter, Purge Contro Solenoid Valve, Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor, EVAP tubes & hoses, Fuel Pump Gasket, fuel tank itself, check valves, Electrical Wiring to and from the ECM and components. Best solution: Pay diagnistic fee and have professionals diagnose problem. This way you'll know EXACTLY what the problem is and what's required to fix it (parts, labor, tax, time-frame, etc.).
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
try resetting adaptive values to see if that helps. remove both battery cable terminals and hold them together for about 30 seconds to discharge all power. reconnect and drive.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
The code you cite, P0447 - Evap. Emission Ctrl. System - Vent Circuit Open
This vent circuit is call the CCV (Canister Close Valve). This valve normally stays 'OPEN' to allow outside air flow through the charcoal canister, which absorbs fuel vapors when you put gas in the tank, then the engine vacuum pulls air through it to recollect the fuel vapors and burn them in the cylinder combustion process.
There is a two-pin connector connector plugged into/connected to the CCV. Perhaps it somehow disconnected itself or some foreign object damage the wire harness breaking the connection (circuit 'open' condition), which would set this code. Another possibility is the CCV coil (Solenoid) has an open coil/contacts in it. Regardless, before you start throwing money after parts, have it properly diagnosed first. The problem may simply be a loose/oxidized connection/contact between the CCV and the ECU.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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