Question about Hyundai Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Run the scanner to reset the ECM and immobiliser
make sure that the cranking speed is fast
check for air in the system
check that the stop solenoid is connected
Posted on Aug 21, 2015
SOURCE: hyundai santa fe 02 diesel
my 2001 hyundai santefe won't start. I diagnosed it and had this code, P0340 camshaft position sensor mulfunction, I checked the wiring system, replaced the cam sensor, but still keep having the same code. can anybody help me out?
secondly there is no current to the injectors. What do i need to do
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Eclipse GT turns over
Hi, if the car turn over, and it don't start. Then it is like the
engine don't get fuel. Or bad a spark plugs. Most common problem is the
fuel pump going bad.
It could also be a bad fuse, but a easy way to check if the fuel pump is ok is to have someone stand at the back of the car when you turn the ignition. The fuel pump should make a buzzing sound for a few seconds. And if you don't start the car right away the fuel pump will stop.
If you don't hear any buzzing from the fuel pump/fuel tank then you have a bad fuel pump............
Posted on May 11, 2011
SOURCE: engine stalls at 30mph upon
Hello first of all
well i am sorry a mechanic cant figure this out its really sad. ok so your problem is your either one of two things but most likely the first one i list.
1. camshaft postion sensor
2. crankshaft postion sensor
Now that being said it most likely the camshaft sensor the reason i say that is when a crankshaft postion sensor is bad the car has very hard starts and most of the time no start issues. When a camshaft postion sensor is bad the car cuts off whil driving and can be hard to start up again.
So that being said they are both pretty cheap parts i would go ahead and replace them both and i would bet my 5 years as ford mechanic that solves your issue.
The crank postion sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer pully or right beside it here is a picture from autozone.com and description.
The crankshaft position sensor identifies position of the crankshaft to the ignition control module (ICM), engine control module (ECM) or powertrain control module (PCM).
And the camshaft sensor picture and info from autozone.com below.
The camshaft position sensor identifies position of the camshaft to the ignition control module (ICM), engine control module (ECM) or powertrain control module (PCM).
The crankshaft postion sensor is 22.99 and the cam is 19.99 so 50.00 bucks and about hours time should have you up and running.
PS if this helps please 4 thumbs up it helps me continue to help on here thanks
Posted on May 19, 2011
SOURCE: 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe 3.5.
you need to test battery voltage wile trying to crank the engine, it sounds like you have a shorted cell inside the battery, when you put the battery under a load the plate inside the battery shorts against another plate, if wile trying to crank the engine the battery voltage drops below 7 volts replace the battery.......good lock
let me know if there is any thing else you need.
Posted on Jun 10, 2011
baterr ywas dead changed it-new battery worked-discharged once air turned on-put in 2nd bateer yseems fimne as long as you don't turn on the air-if you do there is a clicking inside radioconsole and discharges battery
Posted on Jul 23, 2011
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