2004 3.5L 6 cyl AWD Hyundai Santa Fe stalls and has trouble staying on when you hit the gas. It’s stopped running while I’m driving it 2x.
Bought it used with around 78K miles on it a few years ago. Ran fine for the first year I had it. Then the Check Engine LIght came on, so off to the shop we went. They put in new platinum plugs, new wires, intake plenum gasket, lube, oil and filter, vapor canister, vapor canister filter, canister closed valve got it back (at 80,536 miles.) Check engine light was off. Don’t drive much. A year later, check engine light’s back on and the car runs rough when it’s rainy/humid out. DIes at a local store, had it towed home and called a mobile mechanic that was a song and dance in itself, and not resolved yet after a number of visits by them. P1193 is the code I get over and over and over and no one addresses. Apparently, that company can’t access Hyundai specific codes, which I didn’t find out till after the fact. They tell me plugs, wires, etc. and filters are all good. all ignition coils are now replaced. Had the throttle body cleaned, it ran a smidge better but still threatens to shut down. Been on a Hyundai forum but could it really be as simple as connecting a ground wire from negative battery post to a solid ground on the motor? The codes that come up now are P1193 and P0301. The 1193 code keeps coming up and my problem keeps not being solved. Note the battery was replaced maybe 300 miles ago. Any ideas/insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.