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2004 Hyundai Santa Fe. Lose of power!!

My Santa Fe has the 2.4 and 5 speed manual!! It will not pull it's self up a hill. It also will not go over 60mph!! If I push down on the gas to far it starts to jerk!! There is not light on!! It also has a little shutter at idle!! It seems like it is flooding or not getting gas!! It starts right up!! It also will not rev over 3,500rpms in neural!! If you have anything that can help I would think you alot!! Robert

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  • Angelloo Apr 22, 2009

    i have the exact problem at first it did not want to start so i checked the oil it was fine, then it took time to start and finally did but it does not have any power and sputters not going beyond 30mph.
    help!


    Angelo 

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Its look like maybe our timming belt jump 1 or 2 teeth the timing is late = no power lot of time if you did not change the t belt you mush have over 130,00km at idle you mast have a little shake when you give gaz at idle slow response dont drive like that its gonna jump for good you tgonna stall with it let me know

THANKS FOR USING FIXYA

PIERRE

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