Question about 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P1529 means nothing more than the TCM (transmission control module) has
requested that the ECM (engine control module) turn on the check engine
P0734 basically indicates that your transmission is slipping.
You need to take this car to an authorized repair center for hyundai cars. Replacing the filter and fluid on the transmission might save this transmission but I would be willing to bet that a total transmission rebuild is in order.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
P1529 means the TCM (transmission control module) has requested that the ECM (engine control module) turn on the check engine lamp. All I can tell you based on this information is that the TCM has seen something abnormal. To find out what abnormal condition the TCM saw, you'd need to retrieve the DTCs (diagnostic trouble codes) from the TCM. The most frequent culprit is either the input or output speed sensor, but there's no way to know whether they may be the issue without the TCM DTCs
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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