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#1 Old 03-06-2011, 06:24 PM
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this morning my car start but stop after 5 min , l able to restart but l can go over 3000 rpm l have two code with my OB11 P0335 and P0705.



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l am moving your post over to the santa fe forum



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Hmmmm --> Drives: 2001 santa fe gls 4x4

(2) engines available that year, but being 4x4, it not a 4 cylinder, so it must be a 2.7L,,, and a 0335 crank position sensor...

Pigtail off the sensor body likely cracked and insulation on 3 tiny wire inside cracked/fell off and wires exposed to short together.. everyday replacement item.

0705 is a range switch (inhibitor switch) code.. with the 0335, I would disregard for time being and see what happens after repair of the 0335 code and drive again after clearing all codes.

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Hmmmm --> Drives: 2001 santa fe gls 4x4

(2) engines available that year, but being 4x4, it not a 4 cylinder, so it must be a 2.7L,,, and a 0335 crank position sensor...

Pigtail off the sensor body likely cracked and insulation on 3 tiny wire inside cracked/fell off and wires exposed to short together.. everyday replacement item.

0705 is a range switch (inhibitor switch) code.. with the 0335, I would disregard for time being and see what happens after repair of the 0335 code and drive again after clearing all codes.
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