My Santa wont accelerate until i turn it off and then on

Asked by Jul 15, 2015 at 03:16 PM about the 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS AWD

Question type: General

When drive my Hynduai Santa Fe 02 for about an hour it will lose power, it will rev above
2.5 but after that it starts "jummping". if i turn it off and then on the issue goes away for a
few minutes, the longer i keep it off the longer it will last before having the issue again.
Any ideas?? thanks!

4 Answers

28,025

i would change the fuel filter......

I did already, and the fuel pump, i am getting a new MAF today, but that is a different issue. thanks!

1,005

Check fuel pump relay might have a bad connection

1,005

bend the pins on fuel pump relay a little then put it back relay gets hot and weakens the socket

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