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Re: Describe your 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe Problem
It is electronic
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal. 2.Remove the cluster facia panel. 3.Remove the screws holding the cluster and remove the instDescribe your 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe Problem - bc04bec.gifter. 4.Installation is the reverse of removal.
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TRY THESE TWO (2) THINGS..
Step 1: Disconnect the battery cables and touch them together for 30 seconds (this ZERO'S out the PCM/ECM (Power Train Control Module/Engine Control Module). If there's GARBAGE in memory of this computer (PCM/ECM), this should CLEAR it.
Step 2: Check the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS, it's a potentiometer) for any ERRATIC resistance changes at idle position or any other position for that matter. If you find, what I call BAD SPOTS, in the TPS, replace it. I know of NOTHING ELSE which would cause the problem you describe and NOT turn on the "Check Engine" light