Question about 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe
Check the transmission fluid when car if warm and running put foot on brake and run it through the gears. know put it in park and see if you have the correct levels are they correct if yes then check the TV cable to make sure its not broken the cable usually runs along with the throttle cable and its used when you press the pedal down to down shift. it might have broke or is out off adjustment..if both of these are o.k. then you need to have it looked at by a transmission shop...it possibly has either a stuck shift valve or a bad shift solenoid or both...they will take pan off to show you that there is no internal damage (meaning "a lot" of metal shavings) a little shavings is normal; and that only those parts should be replaced..probably cost about $500 if its an easy fix.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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