2001 Sante Fe Crank Shaft Position Sensor... $765.00???


Kevinlw
09-23-2005, 10:09 AM
Sante Fe, the 4 cylinder model of 2001, with the 10 yr. 100K warranty. I have 66K miles on mine. The crank shaft sensor (part# 3931038070) has gone bad, and causes it to stall when hot. The dealer says this item is not part of the drive train thatís covered. I thought all none wear items were covered???? Thereís a recall for this same item on the 6 cylinder engine.

Any Suggestions??

Thanks,
Kevin

Kevinlw
10-03-2005, 03:40 PM
Well, ended up getting a mechanic to install, along with new belts. Purchased parts from dealership and the mechanic charged $300.00.

Saved a little.

Since there is a recall on the 6 cylinder sensor, wonder why there isn't one on the 4 cylinder??? My luck...

twospirits
10-04-2005, 02:13 PM
Even thought the price is way better than 765, 300 is still alot to me. But then again, I am about to go in for my 30K checkup and its going to cost me about 518. Yikes.

TS out

Kevinlw
10-04-2005, 02:19 PM
Yep, I'm not sure what's involved in replacing the timing belts and sensor. Looks like a tight squeeze to try to do it with the engine in place. Not sure if he had to drop the engine or not?

Cheers,
Kevin

kristwin26
08-13-2007, 12:28 PM
I have a 2004 Santa Fe. It is stalling while driving and almost immediately restarts. I have a 4 cyl. std. so it actually seems to stall and bump start itself right after. This problem seems to go away after about 10 min of driving. This is a clean stall, as if I turned the key off and right back on. Has anyone heard of this on the 2004 Santa Fe with the 4cyl. std???
I am booked for 10am tomorrow and the service guy said he had "never heard of that before" - so I am worried I am going to get taken. 100,000 km.
Thanks,!!!!!!!!!!!

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