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Changed timing belt on 03 sants fe. Code said crank sensor replaced it twice but keeps coming up crank sensor car runs short time wont start again

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Might sound silly check the alternator output and make sure its not exceeding 15v

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I have a 03 kia sorento that i just changed the timing belt and water pump on. It drove fine for about 10 mins but then stalled. After 15 mins it starts, runs for 10 mins, rough again and stalls out.

run fault codes
check for wiring on crank shaft position sensor or cam position sensor/s
it will be something that was affected by the belt replacement procedure

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2003 kia sedona replaced crankshaft position sensor 6months ago would start again same code plus p0431,0335,0300,o303,0302. replaced sensor still gives a hard code sensors bad. tightened timing belt ,...

first why and how did you tighten the timing belt. if was loose should just replace the timing belt that belt runs the timing.the code po335 is your crank position sensor and it is coming up the engine is fight to keep the timing. replace the timing belt. the codes po300,po302.po303 are for a rarandom misfire. when was the last tune up. change the sparks plugs

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2003 sante fe runs rough

Hope you changed plugs as well
When you had problem with coil,plugs will get damaged,and will malfuntion

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Hyundai Sante FE starting problems after changing the transmission

What kind of problems? No Crank or Cranks but wont Run? What have you checked? Have you checked all the connections that you had apart? have you checked all ground wires? Especially the ground wire from the battery to the eng/ trans.

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04 Sante Fe 2.4L no spark no rpm pulse

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Turning the key to start up

I had the same problem. Even If I left the cab light on while gassing up(with the car shut off), my battery would die.

Two things.Purchase voltage meter ($20 - $25) to test your battery output. It should read from 12 to 12.8 volts. Anything close to 10 amps or less, you should replace your battery. You can also run this check with an amp meter with cab probably be even cheaper. Another option is a battery charger with a built in amp meter. Just disconnect the cables and connect the battery charger. When you plug the charger into the wall it will should you a proper amp reading. Again, if it shows too low a reading you need a new battery. This comes from experience as I have a 2005 Santa Fe with the same problem.

The second thing is to take your vehicle to have the alternator checked. With older vehicles we used to start the car and disconnect the negative battery cable.( If you do this, DO NOT let the cable touch anything.Just hold it in your hand.) If the cars shuts off, the alternator isn't charging the battery properly.

*** NOTE*** I'm not sure if this is recommended for newer vehicles but it was an easy fix for older vehicles, a time and money saver for sure.

Good Luck.

Dec 29, 2008 | 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe

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