Warning lights on 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe

Hello, Three warning lights appeared, but they don't stay on. Right now they come and go. The warrning lights are the ABS light, TCS Off and 4WD warning light. I am fearful of the cost to repair this. I am also concerned about finding a good and honest repair shop. How long can I go before it is repaired.

by in South Yarmouth, MA on May 19, 2011
1 answer 5 comments
ANSWER by on May 20, 2011
As long as the lights are on, you will have NO ABS , NO TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM and possibly no 4WD. So I would say that you need to get this stuff addressed ASAP. As far as cost, well that is hard to say with out knowing what the problem is, but it could just be a defective wheel speed sensor, which could run about $125. here are some shops : https://repairpal.com/directory?address=02664&car_brand_names=Hyundai
COMMENT by on May 20, 2011
Thanks. The lights come and go at this point. The earliest appt I could get with a repair shop was next Friday. Hopefully, the car will run OK until then - I have all my fingers crossed, LOL
COMMENT by on June 08, 2011
My 2004 Santa Fe is doing the same thing. If you don't mind, could you reply with what the mechanic's told you was wrong?
COMMENT by on June 08, 2011
He saw a crack in the drive shaft. The repair cost me $221.
COMMENT by on June 08, 2011
Thank you. Did repairing the drive shaft fix the problem with the warning lights?
COMMENT by on June 08, 2011
Yes - that solved the warning ligts issue for me. Good luck
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