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My daughter's 2007 Santa Fe is indicating all the above electrical problems. Most of the controls on the steering wheel don't work and now the rear door window will not rise from it's place inside the door. I checked and there is no power to the motor, but all fuses are OK. She (I) can't afford $600 to fix what appears to be a crappy bit of wiring from the factory. Any suggestions?
My daughter's 2007 Santa Fe also makes a strange sound as she pulls away. It sounds like a slipping fan belt but I don't think it can be of the valve timing may also go awry. Again any ideas?
I just bought a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe. Regretably, from a buy here pay here. I had the car for about 2 weeks, when it just died right in the middle of the highway. Thehe car refused stay on, let alone move. After a week of having it back at the dealer, they said it was a crank sensor and my timing belt was off. The day after I got it back, the check engine light came on. Surprise. I took it to Advanced Auto and they said it was either an O2 sensor, or the engine was getting too much gas. I too, notice the weird "clicking" noise, while I'm pressing the gas pedal, when I let off, the sound dies. The transmission takes a while to shift, the rpm will go up to 4 a lot before it shifts, and it started slipping 2 days ago. Tonight, when I parked the car and went to turn it back on, everything would start up like usual, but after about 4 seconds, the engine cut out. Totally.
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