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#11 Old 05-19-2011, 09:34 PM
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I have a 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe limited, Just made the final payment when the cel comes on; Checked code it was P0464 Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Intermittent . I turned off the light and filled up the tank. No light until I was down to less than a quarter tank. Now I turn the cel off but everytime I get below a quarter tank the cel comes back on. Would this repair be covered if I have 79K miles on my car? How did the car know it was all paid for. hmmm strange.
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Would this repair be covered if I have 79K miles on my car? How did the car know it was all paid for. hmmm strange.
That one's too late for a warranty job, but certainly isn't uncommon for a 2007. Lots of them have have fuel level sending units replaced. It's one of the half dozen or so weak spots on that model.
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Had the same problem on mine at 52k. Had just bought it used 7 days before at a non-Hyundai dealer. The dealer I bought it from covered it under their 30-day warranty.
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I have the same problem with my 07.

Any idea what this will cost to fix cause, I am the second owner of the car and it has 80k on it.

I know it will probably be pretty expensive....
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Gas gauge and check engine check

Same problem here. 2007 Santa Fe original owner 59,000. on the clock. Was told by my local dealer 2 sensors need replacing at a cost of $350.00. If feel this is a warrantee issue but the service guy said NO.

Any one here have a solid answer. One poster Angelo had his fixed under warrantee with 79,000. on the clock.
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Problem is common, but not covered beyond the usual 5 year / 60K mi warranty, and you'd be beyond the 5 year part with an '07, yes? Only the good will of the dealer will get this replaced for free.
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It's covered on the 5 year/60,000 mile bumper to bumper. The 10 year/100,000 mile is for powertrain only. He may have bought an extended warranty or he bought it used and it was still covered under the used car warranty. I just missed it by 2,000 miles, had 62,000. But it is actually pretty easy if you have the correct tool and an impact wrench. Another hint is not to pull the units out completely, tilt them on their sides and replace the floats so you don't spill any gas. Did it for less than $150, and the OTC 6599 Fuel Pump Tool is only $45 on Amazon. Do a search, there are tons of postings and tips on this.

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It's not mine, but a friends 07 SF Limited has this same issue. Is there a parts list to know what to replace and a how-to?

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Okay guys, I'm new around here but really need some help. I just replaced both sending units last week in my o7 Santa Fe, with brand new units from the dealership. Now, fuel gauge won't go too far above half, and I get a p 2068 sensor b circuit high code. I know from doing a lot of research on here, that sensor b is the one on the right side, and it went in super easy. I didn't have any problems with it. I'm guessing there's a problem with the wiring harness? Is there any Hyundai techs on here that have dealt with this problem before? O, by the way I disconnected the battery for a little while, and cleared the codes with my Matco proscan scanner already. Have filled the tank also a couple of times already, I figured maybe they just needed to equalize or something? Any help for the new guy would be greatly appreciated!

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