2004 hyundia senta fe what is the problem

Asked by Guru9FBFWT Nov 29, 2022 at 11:27 PM about the Hyundai Santa Fe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 senta fe starts but when i put it into gear it shuts down what is the
problem?

3 Answers

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Automatic transmission? If it is then chances are high that the torque converter has locked up. If it’s a standard transmission then you have wiring/computer issues.

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Never own a Korean car after the five year warranty expires..... . If the engine dies when put into gear, transmission internal pressure leaks are causing forward & reverse pressures to offset each other and lock up the torque converter. If the engine dies soon after put into gear, it could be a defective alternator or a faulty MAP/MAF sensor in the intake.

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