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My santa fe is drinking a lot of fuel what can cause this

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SOURCE: p1165 code in my 2001 hyundai santa fe?

I'm not quite sure about the code in Hyundai's case but it definitely relates to fuel trim...

I could try to hash down the explanation for Short term fuel trim and Long term fuel trim in this post but I think a visit to
http://www.wellsmfgcorp.com/pdf/counterp_v6_i4_2002.pdf
would be more thorough and appropriate.

Basically, a high value of long term fuel trim indicates that your engine has had and will have to continue to inject a lot more or a lot less fuel to attain the correct air/fuel ratio for a proper burn, which mainly indicates a malfunction somewhere (could be lots of things)

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: loss in fuel efficiency

Check air filter. Has your driving habits changed? Or......It's unlikely but people do do it......gas theft. With prices high, people are taking a hose to steal gas from random vechiles. No bull. Try parking your vechile inside locked building, to see if that helps. If so, well, you got your soultion.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: airconditioner of a 2001Hyundai Santa Fe

There is an EPA requirement that the amount of refrigerant required be indicated somewhere on the unit.

There are no moving parts that would cause a leak, but leaks can usually be found by looking for oily hoses, connectors, fittings, and coils, etc. The oil coats the inside of the system parts, and the leaking refrigerant will tend to push the oil out through the leak.

Unless you know the unit is low or out of refrigerant, then look for any cooling problems to be compressor related.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Fuel Pressure Regulator 2002 Santa Fe

hi, again,when you go to the parts department,why not ask to see the microfish diagram,it will show you exactly where it fits....or even get a haynes manual,then you could really get your hands dirty.
best of luck
geoff

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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SOURCE: 2007 hyundai santa fe fuel 2.7 6 cyl fuel filter

how to change the fuel filter on 2007 hyundai santa fe

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hi, again,when you go to the parts department,why not ask to see the microfish diagram,it will show you exactly where it fits....or even get a haynes manual,then you could really get your hands dirty.
best of luck
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I'm not quite sure about the code in Hyundai's case but it definitely relates to fuel trim...

I could try to hash down the explanation for Short term fuel trim and Long term fuel trim in this post but I think a visit to
http://www.wellsmfgcorp.com/pdf/counterp_v6_i4_2002.pdf
would be more thorough and appropriate.

Basically, a high value of long term fuel trim indicates that your engine has had and will have to continue to inject a lot more or a lot less fuel to attain the correct air/fuel ratio for a proper burn, which mainly indicates a malfunction somewhere (could be lots of things)

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