Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
I don't believe a faulty Fuel Tank Pressure sensor (FTP) would affect
the running of your truck, but if the fuel tank is not venting properly,
it may cause the engine to bog down because of low fuel pressure. Too
low a pressure in the tank could cause the FTP to set a trouble code.
Try loosening the fuel cap when this is happening and see of there's a sound of air rushing into the tank. Maybe try running the truck with the cap loose to see if the problem clears up. If so, I'd be suspect of the fuel cap. If you haven't done so recently, maybe replace the fuel filter and check for water or a lot of dirt in it for you own benefit.
Other pissibilitie, check the PCM codes for any fault code stored there and the fluid transs levels (rare but possible).
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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