hi i have a santa fe 2.4 petrol 2005 not starting turns over ok but not firing i have replaced coil packs but there is 12v power to both and zero on one wire in and 6v to the left side coil and zero

Asked by Jan 18, 2016 at 05:22 AM about the 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

3,635

Sorry I am a bit confused by what you are trying to describe at the wires and also not at all sure if the country you are in would have anything different then the cars do here, but you should get the same readings on both sides of the coils on the same wires and if not need to trace the drop in voltage down.

the plug ito the left side coil has 3 wires 1st wire 12v 2nd wire 0v 3rd wire 6v the coil on the right has 1st wire 12v 2nd wire 0v 3rd wire 0v also when turning engine over to try to start left coil over heats and smokesw/burns

3,635

Change the coil then for starters

have changed the coil packs and the the ignition cut off

3,635

Colin, the best advice I can give you at this point is to go to ALLDATAdiy.com, and purchase a one year subscription for your vehicle. It is a pretty detailed info they have on the vehicles including diagrams of most systems, much better than any paper manuals you can buy in the after market & well worth the price.

3,635

How many miles on the car? Just asking, because I am guessing that if the car is used quite a bit with the ignition switch being cycled on and off so much, it could be a dead short someplace in the ignition switch too.

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