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Old 02-01-2014, 10:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2.2 diesel Santa Fé OIL FILTER CARTRIDGE

I need to know where the oil filter body is so I can change the cartridge.
Can anybody tell me ?
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Old 02-02-2014, 09:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi Guys
Somebody must know where to find the oil filter on one of these ! Surely it must be in an easily accessible position, but I cant find it !! Anybody know ? Come on guys, please.
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Old 02-02-2014, 10:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Have a look underneath at the engine undertray - it may have opening(s) possibly with removeable covers to give access to the sump drain and the filter itself - it may be more convenient to remove the engine undertray to do the job and then refit it afterwards.

The 2006-2009 Santa Fe used a 2.2 CRTD diesel, totally unrelated to the later 2010-on 2.2 CRDi R-series engine - the 2.2 CRTD is related to the earlier 2001-2006 2.0 TD, originally a VM Motori engine but developed/modified/built under licence by Hyundai.
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Old 02-02-2014, 02:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks RT ,
I have a 2007 2.2
If I can get it jacked up enough to possibly get underneath it and have look, and remove the undertray, I will see if its there. I take it you are not entirely sure though, by what I can read from your post, but many thanks RT.
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Hi RT
Just wanted to state that it doesnt seem to be a "spin-off" type of filter - the replaceable part is a cartridge - part no. 26320 27401 .
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I'm not entirely sure as your 2007 has a completely different engine to my 2011, despite the identical capacity.

Mine is a cartridge element, not a spin-on - no idea about yours.
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If your vehicle is Right hand driving, see underneath of your brake oil reservoir (peep on top). you will see oil filter Assy vertically fitted to the engine.
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Ahhh thanks maduabey , thats wonderful. It turns out its not a cartridge (that the local Hyundai dealers - well the national one on Iceland ) but a spin-off filter. Probably going to be a pain getting the old one off because its far down , below cables and pipes etc. Hyundai could have designed it better in this respect.
Many thanks for your replies guys and maduabey gets a point for the correct answer
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Maduabey etc. I got it wrong - sorry to the Hyundai dealers- they put me right on the filter- it is indeed a cartridge - what I mistook for a spin-off filter was the cover for the cartridge. I should "spin off" the cover, and remove the used cartridge-and replace with a new one.
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Hi all,
To everybody with a 2.2 diesel Santa Fé - the tool for removing the oil filter cartridge cap
, located rather badly, down , in front of the passenger on a left hand drive car - is 80 mm with 15 flats. The oil quantity you will need is 5.9 liters.

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