2011 Santa Fe stopped while driving. All lights on dashboard blinking. When tried to start again that's all it did was blink. Engine didn't even turn over.

Asked by Mar 02, 2015 at 09:31 AM about the 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe SE AWD

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Loss of proper voltage, check the battery for charge and capacity, check battery cables for corrosion, check engine and body grounds, make sure they are clean and tight.

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There could also be a charging problem but usually you get a warning light with these vehicles.

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Did you try jump starting it from another car with jumper cables? If you jump it and it starts right up, you will know it is a voltage loss. Take it to a parts store and have them do a load test on the battery.

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