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  • Hyundai Santa Fe Is This Just A Blown Fuse?

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

    related to general, fuse-test

    I was in my friend's car today and went to throw her old key chain back in the console. The metal clip of the chain got stuck in the cigarette lighter and after I pulled it out the radar detector, ..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Stuck Door Will Not Open

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 6 CYL, 2WD, AUTOMATIC, 90, 000 MILES

    related to body, door, symptoms, open

    The rear driver door outside handle broke - the child lock was on - now door wont open how can I get door open to fix it? Nothing broken that I can see but the door just wont open. The rear door on..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Santa Fe Tail Lights, Rear Signals Out

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 98 MILES

    related to exterior-light, running-light, fuse

    Tail light out on 2005 hyundai santa fe and a couple weeks later the rear signal lights went out too. Replaced fuse for signals and they work for a couple minutes then blow fuse again. Replaced bu..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Unknown Source Of Coolant Leak

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 3.5L, 6 CYL, 2WD, AUTOMATIC, 90, 127 MILES

    related to engine-cooling, leak

    I have replaced the hoses and radiator, but there is still a small coolant leak. I can see a pool of antifreeze on the right side of motor next ro water pump. I feel around hoses while car is sitti..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Blowing Fuse To PCM, TCM, ECM, And Fuel Pump

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 2.7L, 6 CYL, 2WD, 120, 000 MILES

    related to fuel-system, fuel-pump, fuse

    Recently changed out the fuel pump and alternator to this car once done noticed that there was a 15 amp fuse blown, replaced it, it controls the PCM, ECM, TCM, and fuel pump. Vehicle started gr..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Coolant Leak Cause Radiator To Blow?

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 6 CYL, AWD, AUTOMATIC, 95, 000 MILES

    related to engine-cooling, leak

    I brought my car in for a oil change yesterday, was told upon 23 point inspection that there is a small leak of coolant and that I should probably get it fixed as eventually it would cause me to ha..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Cruse Control Does Not Come On At All

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 2.7L, 6 CYL, 4WD, AUTOMATIC, 218, 000 MILES

    related to interior, cruise-control

    I have replaced brake light switch, the control module under hood. No ABS light on. What else do I need to do? @media(max-width: 960px) { .adt { display: none;padding:0; } } Wednesday..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe BRAKE & ENGINE LIGHT

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

    related to warning-lights, check-engine-light

    Electrical problem 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic THE BRAKE & ENGINE LIGHT FLASH OFF AND ON. I CHANGED THE BATTERY AND CHECKED THE BRAKES. THEY DON'T STAY ON TH..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe CATALYTIC CONVERTOR

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 6 CYL, AWD, AUTOMATIC, 35, 000 MILES

    related to exhaust, catalytic-converter, test

    6 months ago, the "engine malfunction" light came on. My mechanic diagnosed the problem - said it needed coil assembly replaced and recommended I take car to dealer since it should be covered unde..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Location Of The Flasher Units

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 6 CYL, AWD, AUTOMATIC, 46, 000 MILES

    related to exterior-light, turn-signal, flasher, location

    My Directional signal and 4 way flashers died this morning. I checked the fuses and both the 10 Amp fuses under the dash were blown. The only thing that I can think of that will cause that would b..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Squeals And Clicking Noise

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 6 CYL, AWD, AUTOMATIC, 38, 400 MILES

    related to general, noises, squeal

    I have a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe. The second day of having it, it started making a squealing noise. Put belt dressing on it and it quit, but a while later it started making a clicking noise. Soun..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Turn Signal Fuse

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 6 CYL, AWD, AUTOMATIC, 43, 000 MILES

    related to exterior-light, turn-signal, fuse

    I replaced the 10amp turn signal fuse and it keeps blowing. Not sure what is causing this. Have had the this car4 years bought it in Vegas with 21 miles on it. @media(max-width: 960px) { .adt { ..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Windshield Wiper Pump

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

    related to body, wiper

    Electrical problem 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Two Wheel Drive Automatic 104, 00 miles Where is the windshield washer pump located on a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe? Has there been any problem with pum..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Need To Replace The Wiper Linkage Assembly

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 85, 000 MILES

    related to body, wiper, motor

    I need to replace the wiper linkage / transmission on this car for my daughter. The spline has stripped on the drivers side. How do I remove the body panel to get to the motor linkage assembly. ..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Oil In Coolant

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 2.7L, V6, 2WD, AUTOMATIC, 180, 250 MILES

    related to engine-cooling, oil-in-coolant

    I have oil in my coolant, however, there is no coolant mixed with the oil. When you start the vehicle it pushes coolant out of the radiator cap opening but it is not over heating. I preformed the ..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Retrieve Engine Codes

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 3.5L, 6 CYL, 4WD, AUTOMATIC, 175, 000 MILES

    related to trouble-codes, p-codes-powertrain

    Is there a way to retrieve engine codes without a scanner? @media(max-width: 960px) { .adt { display: none;padding:0; } } Sunday, February 16th, 2020 AT 9:30 AM ..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Coil Springs Are Creaking

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 2.7L, V6, 4WD, AUTOMATIC, 116, 000 MILES

    related to suspension, coil-spring

    My coil springs are creaking. Problem is the spring itself is not attached to any suspension parts, i.E the front struts or the rear absorbers. I am trying to think if I have to buy the coil spring..


  • Hyundai Santa Fe Coolant Leaking

    2005 HYUNDAI SANTA FE, 2.7L, V6, 2WD, AUTOMATIC, 160, 000 MILES

    related to engine-cooling, leak

    Vehicle is overheating. Coolant leaking from above oil filter and from one of two lines running together further back under engine looking like they go into firewall. I cannot see where the coolant..


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    Santa problems 2005 fe

    Tracey L on August 3, 2020

    The Hyundai Santa Fe: worth a second look.

    I bought my car used in 2007, and it has been completely reliable the entire time. I have had to replace the battery twice and the tires twice in the 11 years I have had it. Since it is an older model, I have to use a Bluetooth for GPS, so I am ready to get a new car so I can have factory GPS. Mine has a sunroof, and I was told by friends that it would probably leak after a while because the rubber molding seal would dry up and deteriorate. This has not been the case at all. I have had no problems with the sunroof. The power locks all continue to work perfectly, so does the air conditioner, heater, radio, CD player, cruise control, etc.. I even have a lighted drivers side mirror that has never had to be fixed or the bulb to be replaced. I looked into other makes and models, but through talking with friends and family, I discovered most luxury models are not only expensive to purchase, but also expensive to fix every time you have to take it to the shop. Since I have had such few issues with my Santa Fe, I haven't had to worry about how much the parts cost to replace or repair. I have been very happy with this car, and will look into purchasing another Santa Fe when I go to purchase a new one.

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    2001-2005 Hyundai Santa Fe Noise From Failed Shocks

    All hair on the bottom must be removed. " He took the girl by the hand and took her to the bathroom, where he lathered all her intimate parts with gel and shaved. Them with his own hands. Then, having put her in order, he again brought her into the room and put her facing him.

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    And she is very bad, Doctor. The sorceress pulled back, threw off her robe and remained in pink panties just below the knees and a T-shirt. She held my hands in hers. Is this how you like me. I looked at her for a long time.



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