2011 hyundia santa fe sport randomly dies

Asked by Pattigirl999 May 20, 2020 at 06:22 PM about the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have spent 1000's trying to resolve
random dying while driving of my suv.
Replaced alternator 3 times, 2
batteries, battery sensor, engine flap
thing and  Complete air conditioner
too. Hyundia plays stupid about
problem. Vehicle just dies while
driving. Sometimes on highway. Then
wont restart to hours later if ur lucky.
Dont know what to do.

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1 Answer

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If your car still has the ten year 100,000 mile warranty, keep taking it back to the dealer and if they won't fix it, exercise the Lemon Law and have them give you a new car..... There are lots of causes for an engine to stall while driving and it's just diagnostic that are needed to find your problem.

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