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Just finished installing new timing belt on my 2004 Santa fe 3.5. During the put it back together part an electrical connection came loose and cannot find where to hook it back up. The wire Is the one that is hooked to the rear camshaft cover, it is green and covered with black tubing. The car starts and runs fine but won't idle and the tack is not working. Help!

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A green wire is normally a ground wire. Look for a connection to ground.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

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1. Which lights flash on and off?
2. How do you know alternator stops charging?
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