Vechile won't start

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Asked by Jun 20, 2017 at 07:43 PM about the 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What could the problem be?

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A diagnostics test was done and the code P0170 is what came up . Well it has a half tank of gas. Is there anyway to narrow it down? I'm a signal mom. So money is tight I can't afford to buy parts I don't need replaced..

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That is a lean fuel code I believe, I could just be a Mass air flow sensor (MAF). If you can take your air filter out and have a looksi how dirty it is, and clean it up a bit with a vacuum and tap it gently on the ground if its really dirty until you can buy a new one. I know money is tight for you so don't loose any sleep over this. it won't hurt anything at the moment.

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The no start issue well that could cost ya depending. Have you had a friend or anyone you know try to give it a boost? Do you have any power going to head lights, interior or dash board?

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