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Hyundai Santa Fe Replacement Flywheel Information

The Santa Fe flywheel by Hyundai is an integral part to your SUV. This is a heavy metal disk that has gear teeth around the circumference of it. These are attached to the back end of the crankshaft, sandwiched between the transmission and engine. When you start the engine, the flywheel gear teeth will cut into the crankshaft to start up the engine. Depending on the weight of the flywheel, it can also help with the speed as well as the torque, allowing you to haul things with the tow hitch on the back of your Santa Fe. You may need to replace a faulty flywheel or update it with a different size in order to impact your SUV in the manner that you want. At, we have an array of flywheels to choose from designed to fit your Hyundai. Our affordable parts can be shipped out fast.

Hyundai Santa Fe Flywheel They are available for the following Hyundai Santa Fe years: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2001, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 03, 02, 01. This part is also sometimes called Hyundai Santa Fe Flywheels. We stock flywheel parts for most Hyundai models including Tiburon, Sonata, Veloster, Elantra, Accent, Genesis Coupe, Tucson, Azera, Elantra Coupe and Excel.

We stock these Flywheel brands for the Hyundai Santa Fe: LUK, Genuine, Rhino Pac and Sachs.

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Hyundai Santa Fe Flywheel

Find a replacement flywheel for your Hyundai Santa Fe right here at Your flywheel teeth engage with the corresponding teeth on your crankshaft, impacting starting, torque, hauling, and transmission. It is a critical part for your vehicle’s performance.’s knowledgeable automotive parts professionals understand that you want high quality OEM or aftermarket replacement parts, so we offer a great selection to send you the correct part the first time. Call or email today for courteous assistance with your order.

We have the following brands of Hyundai Flywheels in stock: LUK, Rhino Pac and Auto 7. offers a 30-day return policy as well as competitive pricing for all your automotive parts needs.

What is a Hyundai Santa Fe Flywheel?

The flywheel on your Hyundai Santa Fe is a gear-like part with teeth that interlock with teeth on the crankshaft.

How much does a Hyundai Santa Fe Flywheel cost?

The cost of a replacement flywheel for your Hyundai Santa Fe varies widely depending on several factors including whether or not you are upgrading for improved towing or performance. At, most flywheels we stock for your Hyundai Santa Fe that range in price from $200 - $450, with some high-performance flywheels topping $600.

How does the flywheel in my Hyundai Santa Fe work?

Your engine can’t continuously put out the same amount of energy, so the flywheel uses its spinning mass to store energy temporarily, then your vehicle uses it. This happens in several ways. The flywheel is used to start the engine—the flywheel is the reason you can often roll-start a vehicle with manual transmission, but never an automatic. By pushing the vehicle a short distance, the turning tires start the flywheel spinning, in turn allowing the engine to start.

It also balances out the mass of the crankshaft, so be careful and follow manufacturers recommendations when upgrading. It keeps the engine in motion with its kinetic energy (inertia—it is heavy, so it tends to keep spinning) in a similar way to its role in starting the engine. Finally, the flywheel conveys energy from the engine to the transmission with the clutch acting as a disconnect switch, to allow gears to be changed.

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12/10/08 04:12 PM

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Order Date | 12/3/08

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Reviewer: Chuck Bethin

6/5/09 08:46 AM

OUT-STANDING, It took me only 5 mins. to find the part my Mechanic couldnt find, plus the part was like $180 cheaper then what i was told it would cost if he could find it. I own a Daewoo which the...

Order Date | 5/28/09