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I have Hyundai Santa Fe 2.7 V6 , The car's fuel consumption is so high, By recommendation, I have replaced the Air valve and in long distance it shows good result as it consumed around 4 Gallon/100 Mile, but in urban areas it has been doubled to 7,5 Gallon/100 Mile...After I also replaced the all 6 Solenoid valves, but it seems that there's not outcome at all in both Long distance and Urban roads...

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SOURCE: Hyundai Santa Fe, 2004, 2000cc

this is about right for a 2.0 petrol as the engine is built for the american market.where 18/25mpg is GOOD.you could always buy a chip for the car as this will improve things a lot.look for "starchips"or engine tuners on the web.(hyundai do not chip their own)my diesel went from 30mpg to over 40,cost £350 and the extra power is worthwhile on its own.....

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2004 Hyundai Santa Fe with very low gas mileage.


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Hyundai santa fe 2001


Car error codes::


Diagnostic Trouble Code Storage Condition Remedy
P0100 Mass Air Flow Sensor Voltage High C-8
P0100 Mass Air Flow Sensor Voltage Low C-8
P0110 Intake Air Temperature Voltage High C-10
P0110 Intake Air Temperature Voltage Low C-10
P0115 Coolant Temperature Voltage High C-9
P0115 Coolant Temperature Voltage Low C-9
P0120 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Voltage High C-7
P0120 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Voltage Low C-7
P0130 O2 Sensor 1 Circuit Voltage High C-30
P0130 O2 Sensor 1 Circuit Voltage Low C-30
P0130 O2 Sensor 1 Open Circuit C-30
P0150 O2 Sensor 2 Circuit Voltage High C-31
P0150 O2 Sensor 2 Circuit Voltage Low C-31
P0150 O2 Sensor 2 Open Circuit C-31
P0201 Injector Valve 1 Voltage High C-20
P0201 Injector Valve 1 Voltage Low C-20
P0201 Injector Valve 1 Open Circuit C-20
P0202 Injector Valve 2 Voltage High C-21
P0202 Injector Valve 2 Voltage Low C-21
P0202 Injector Valve 2 Open Circuit C-21
P0203 Injector Valve 3 Voltage High C-22
P0203 Injector Valve 3 Voltage Low C-22
P0203 Injector Valve 3 Open Circuit C-22
P0204 Injector Valve 4 Voltage High C-23
P0204 Injector Valve 4 Voltage Low C-23
P0204 Injector Valve 4 Open Circuit C-23
P0205 Injector Valve 5 Voltage High C-24
P0205 Injector Valve 5 Voltage Low C-24
P0205 Injector Valve 5 Open Circuit C-24
P0206 Injector Valve 6 Voltage High C-25
P0206 Injector Valve 6 Voltage Low C-25
P0206 Injector Valve 6 Open Circuit C-25
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P0230 Fuel Pump Relay Voltage Low C-6
P0230 Fuel Pump Relay Open Circuit C-6
P0325 Knock Signal Circuit 1 C-26
P0330 Knock Signal Circuit 2 C-26
P0335 No Engine RPM Signal C-32
P0335 Incorrect RPM Signal C-32
P0340 Hall Sensor Voltage High C-15
P0340 Hall Sensor Voltage Low C-15
P0403 EGR Valve Voltage High C-28
P0403 EGR Valve Voltage Low C-28
P0403 EGR Valve Open Circuit C-28
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P0410 Secondary Air Pump Voltage Low C-27
P0443 Fuel Tank Ventilation Valve Voltage High C-29
P0443 Fuel Tank Ventilation Valve Voltage Low C-29
P0443 Fuel Tank Ventilation Open Circuit C-29
P0500 Vehicle Speed Signal C-42
P0505 Idle Air Control Voltage High C-33
P0505 Idle Air Control Voltage Low C-33
P0550 Power Steering Voltage High C-14
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P0560 Battery Voltage High C-4
P0560 Battery Voltage Low C-4
P0602 Control Module Programming Error C-2
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P1110 Intake Manifold Valve 1 Voltage Low C-34
P1111 Intake Manifold Valve 2 Voltage High C-35
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P1230 Power Supply Relay Secondary Circuit C-3
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P1502 Immobiliser No Signal C-5
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P1530 A/C Relay Voltage Low C-41
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P1602 Knock Control Module; Replace ECU C-2
P1690 Check Light Voltage High C-43
P1690 Check Light Voltage Low C-43
P1690 Check Light Open Circuit C-43
P1740 Torque Control Voltage Low C-40
P1740 Continuous Torque Control C-40

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