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P0441, P0153, P0335, and P1372 Getting these engine codes for my 2004 Hyundai Tiburon and don't know what they are.

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  • sseltzer Dec 05, 2008

    thank you. my husband is going to work with these.

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Hi service information
vehicles that have the check engine light illuminated and have dtc p1401, p1402 and p1403 stored in the ecm should have their electrical systems diagnosed related to the appropriate dtc. these codes are not related in any way to an evaporative emission system leak. the conditions that set the diagnostic codes areas follows:
p1401 - dm-tl air pump motor current draw is higher or lower than expected (normal = 17-36 ma).
p1402 - dm-tl air pump motor is shorted or disconnected.
p1403 - dm-tl changeover valve is shorted or disconnected

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 05, 2008

    perform the suggested repair
    1. inspect for water in the dmtl by removing the 90° air inlet elbow and looking into the air chamber. if water or corrosion is present, replace the dm-tl p/n 31440-25500; air filterp/n 31453-25500; and pipe assembly p/n 31454-25500if corrosion is in the pipe.it is better for a  air filter replacement.



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It looks like a problem with the O2 sensor.

Check the engine codes here.

OBDII Scan Codes

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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  • Ginko
    Ginko Dec 05, 2008

    According to the fault codes you may have problems with Oxygen sensor and Crankshaft Position Sensor.

    In detail:

    P0153: Oxygen Sensor Slow response *codes* B U

    P0335: Crankshaft Position Sensor Signal Error Fault

    P0441: Evap. Purge Valve Incorrect Flow Fault

    P1372: Early Ignition Coil Activation Fault Coil 2





    Reset the ECU by disconnecting battery contact and read codes again, ensure that you have stereo code if needed before disconnecting battery.

    If you still get same codes, do a compression test and a leak down test. If the compression is fine and there is no leak down, install a new set of spark plugs, replace the ignition wires with the magnecors and reset the codes. If you still get the codes , test and eventually replace Oxigen sensor and Crankshaft Position Sensor.

  • Ginko
    Ginko Dec 05, 2008

    The air pump codes published on the other expert comment are the right ones . The codes I wrongly published are the ones for ll cars built since January 1, 1996 , that have OBD-II systems. I did not notice this was a 1994 model.
    Your vehicle is 1994, therefore inspect the air intake and air pipe assembly, replace air filter, test and eventually replace the air pump.

    Sorry about the confusion.


  • Ginko
    Ginko Dec 05, 2008

    Errata again, this is 2004 vehicle, therefore I published right codes, nothing to do with air pump. The other comment confused me as well.

    I publish again the right comment for your fault, so that your husband can take care of the repair.

    According to the fault codes you may have problems with Oxygen sensor and Crankshaft Position Sensor.

    In detail:

    P0153: Oxygen Sensor Slow response *codes* B U

    P0335: Crankshaft Position Sensor Signal Error Fault

    P0441: Evap. Purge Valve Incorrect Flow Fault

    P1372: Early Ignition Coil Activation Fault Coil 2





    Reset
    the ECU by disconnecting battery contact and read codes again, ensure
    that you have stereo code if needed before disconnecting battery.

    If
    you still get same codes, do a compression test and a leak down test.
    If the compression is fine and there is no leak down, install a new set
    of spark plugs, replace the ignition wires with the magnecors and reset
    the codes. If you still get the codes , test and eventually replace
    Oxigen sensor and Crankshaft Position Sensor.


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This engine is very sensitive to overheating and will easily warp the cylinder head. On the other hand, all the performance symptoms as well as the misfire code can be caused by a faulty crank sensor.

This leaves you at a crossroads as to how to diagnose. You could replace the crank sensor and see what happens. Or you could do a compression test to get an idea of the general health of the engine.

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Unfortunately, considering the overheating, my inclination is that you're more likely to need a cylinder head than any of the minor repairs I've suggested. But the only way to find out is to check the cooling system, compression, and crank sensor.


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