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Old 01-22-2009, 03:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2001 Santa Fe Diesel wont start in cold. It will turn over but wont fire up. I have replaced or repaired fuel filter, fuel injectors, and heaters but no change. Any advice? Please help this is driving me mad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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QUOTE (heidi @ Jan 22 2009, 08:53 PM)
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2001 Santa Fe Diesel wont start in cold. It will turn over but wont fire up. I have replaced or repaired fuel filter, fuel injectors, and heaters but no change. Any advice? Please help this is driving me mad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This will in all probability be a sensor problem. If you can have someone check your ecm for fault codes it should show up on that .


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Heidi,

How cold is your nightime low in Vares? If you get below -35 Grad, no engine wants to start but especially diesel engines. The sensor problem listed above will give you a Check Engine Light. If you do not have a Check Engine Light, you may just have clouding/gelling in your diesel fuel.

My other post does list starting fluid/petroleum ether as a last resort. HOWEVER to isolate the problem,you might try a 1 second squirt in the air intake while having a helper crank the engine. If the engine fires and runs for a 2 seconds, your problem is clouded/gelled diesel fuel. Now that you have isolated the problem, you can use the solutions for gelled diesel fuel in the other post.

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