Question about Hyundai XG350
If the computer is falsely interpreting a correct input from the speed sensor, the computer itself may well be at fault. I wouldn't rush out and replace it on my word; the OBD decoder should be in the possession of your certified mechanic and he better know how to use it. That kind of error will normally be stored in the computer and should be easy to read out with the proper scanner.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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