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When i fuel up santa fe does not want to restart,when fueling if i let run engines begins to idle eratic,installed new fuel pump,still persists.

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I would try changing the fuel filter. It sound like you sediment in your tank that gets stirred up when you refill. Hopefully a new fitter will pick it up, but if it's too large your tank may need to be drained.

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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