intermittent short fuse 33 ecu

Asked by Mar 29, 2016 at 08:50 AM about the 2007 Hyundai Tucson 4 Dr SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Customer towed car into shop with a crank ( no start ) problem, found fuse 33 (ecu) blown replace fuse car started, turned car off and restarted fuse blow, found and removed after market alarm car started and ran no more problem, customer had car towed back into shop no start fuse blown replace fuse, fuse blow as soon as the key was turned, hooked up short buddy ( car started ) replaced fuse last night ( car started ) check fuse this morning fuse still good turned the key fuse blow, replace fuse and car has started every time since. its an intermittent short somewhere..... 2.7 liter

4 Answers

Found short, it was in the vehicle output sensor

We purchased a new starter and everytime we start the car the start and main will blow out

I really need your help. Can you please tell me what the part number for 2009 Hyundai tucson automatic. The part store here is selling used fuse for start and main for $39.00 and $40.00. I bought the starter. I'm so sorry to ask you if you can please let me know asap. That is my only transportation for work. Thank you

Thank you so much.

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