Question about 2000 Hyundai Accent
I had the code read and the first indication was a bad gas cap (gas vapor system). Replaced the cap with on resolve. Had a good mechanic read the code (can't remember the code) and it indicated a oxygen sensor. The indication was a lean reading at full throttle. The car seems to run ok with the exception of a slight flat spot at about mid throttle. The car has two ox sensors with the same part #, one ahead of the cat converter the other behind it. code reader showed no input from the rear ox sensor. I replaced both sensors and the code reader still shows no input from the second (aft of the cat converter) ox sensor. I want to check the wiring however once the wires from the sensor goes into the wiring harness I have no way to easly trace them without a schematic. I thought I could unplug the computer and make sure I have a proper ground and also do an ohm test to the ox sensor however I'm not sure where the computer is located. Any iedas or experience with this type of problem/ By the way, I'm averaging 38 to 39 mpg combination city and highway. Thanks, Gene
Sorry dealer only ,this information is not published ,go to dealer and lay the golden egg ----owing to complexity of the anti-theft systems and not allowing this information for general use to stop car theft ??well thats the excuse anyway .do you know a good solicitor who can sue them under the freedom of information act you have stateside .because in europe the problem is acute with no re -address.. .software encrypted so if you try to read it it just show anything with a general mechanics reader .are you preparing the golden egg ??ready for the dealer ??my advice if it runs ok leave well alone and throw you scan master or digisoft reader in the bin as it will not work on modern cars and the newer the car the less you can do with it.
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