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There is a Technical Bulletin for this problem
Suggest you take the car to a dealer for repair and ECM reprogram.
This should all be fixed at no charge at the dealer
Read more: http://www.justanswer.com/hyundai/6r5dd-codes-p2106-p1295-p2135-2007-hyundai.html#ixzz3sTD0dX7H
NOTE: This bulletin revises TSB 09-FL-003-2 to add the Genesis Sedan (BH) model to the applicability list. It also provides instructions to select the most recent available ECM Update Events #166-178 or any higher event numbers if they become available in the future. DESCRIPTION: Symptom/Condition: Some 2.7L, 3.3L or 3.8L engines in models identified in the applicability list may experience one or more of the following conditions: • DTC P2135: Throttle position sensors 1/2 voltage correlation • DTC P0638: Throttle actuator control range/performance • RPM fluctuation while engine is cold (DTC not set) NOTE: Should either of the above DTC occur, the vehicle would have operated in limited power "limp home" mode and stored the following DTC in the ECM: • DTC P1295: ETC System Malfunction - Power Management • DTC P2106: ETC System Malfunction - Forced Limited Power APPLICABILITY: • 2007-2009 EN Veracruz • 2007-2009 CM Santa Fe • 2006-2009 TG Azera • 2007-2008 EP Entourage • 2006-2009 NF Sonata with 3.3L Engine only • 2009-2010 BH Genesis Sedan
With regard to the P2106 and P1295, while it is true the ETC is part of the system that can trip these codes, it is only one part of the system. It also incorporates the pedal position sensors, wiring, PCM and so forth.
P0101 Mass Air Flow or Volume Air Flow Circuit Range/Performance problem. P0441 Evaporative Control System - Improper Purge. P2106 Throttle actuator control system - Forced Limited Power P161B Manufacturer Control Auxiliary Inputs Auxiliary Outputs P1295 Manufacturer Control Fuel Air Metering Hope that helps out.
p1125 tells you the vehicule has gone into (limp) mode or reduced power. p1295 will direct you to a problem with your Throtlle position sensor and p1515 fault indicates theres a problem with the corilation between throttle position and commande giving.
i own a 2001 rodeo LS 3.2L and had this codes show up. The machine had really bad idling and when accelerating quick after first start would go into limp mode and not pick up speed pass 50 kms. i tryed changing the throttle position sensor.. nothing. tryed changing the spark plugs and noticed they looked unusually white (engine running lean) i put injector cleaner in with i freash tank of gas thinking the injectors were dirty and it seemed to help. Next a changed the fuel filter which completly solved my problem. at the last oil change they told me they changed it but didn't the inside of the filter was rusted and clogged starving the engine of fuel.
Problem solve for 15 $ after you change your filter take it to and auto parts store with a computer to reset the engine lights
these codes have to do with the corralation between the pedal and the throttle sensor module on the engine. You will need to get it doagnosed to find out what is wrong since the usual culprit cost several hundred dollars.