I'm pretty sure the Tucson does not have a fuel cut off switch (inertia switch).
I love it when folk ask for help with an engine problem but don't even think to mention what engine it is we're working with??
Did you use a voltmeter to check the fuses? If not I'd suggest you switch the ignition on then probe the test points on top of each fuse with a voltmeter to check that none are blown, and to check that the ones that are supposed to have power actually do. Specifically the INJ & SNSR (Injector & Sensor) fuses on the engine bay fusebox.
Can smell diesel fumes in the cabin.
Been happening for a while, so removed egr solenoid to check the operation of the valve. All seemed ok.
Added millers oil diesel additive, seems to have helped a little.
However there is still a smell of fuel.
No noticeable leaks on the fuel low pressure...
Hello, guys. Probably last chance to understand my Tucson, 2005, 2.0 Diesel, 83.5 kw.
Some months ago I had a problem to start my Tucson. I could drive, but after while I couldn't start it again. Starter worked fine - tried to turn on, but doesn't start. When I was waited about a hour than a...
I have a Tucson 2006 GL, and it looks like I broke the key cylinder cover on the driver side front door.
I'd like to ask if this needs a repair or if it can be left as is.
If I leave it for now and it continues breaking, could it prevent me from opening the door later on?
I found this gear-like part loose on the floor of my 2006 Hyundai Tucson GLS. I have no idea where it goes or if it even belongs to this vehicle. Everything seems to work as designed.