Question about Hyundai XG300
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Code P1632
These cars had a tendency to "lose" the password for the theft deterrent system. Your body control module doesnt understand your key, therefore tells your pcm to discountinue fuel supply. To reprogram the system, start the engine and let it stall. Leave the key in the run position. The theft light should flash for 10 minutes. When the light stops flashing, Turn the ignition off for 10 seconds. Turn the ignition back to the run position. This procedure tells the BCM that on the next ignition cycle, to accept the new password. Now, it should start. If not, it may require the clearing of the code, and possibly the reprogramming of the PCM, which needs to be done with a dealer scan tool or equivilant.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Here's a photo - remove cap, disconnect connector to bulb, move bulb retainer out of the way & extract bulb - installation of new bulb is in reverse order.
If you want to replace the entire ASSEMBLY, there are three (3) 10mm bolts holding the assy. Remove them, then slide assy forward to access connectors - disconnect them.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Visit http://www.obd-codes.com/trouble_codes/ and
for the codes you have.
So the 171 and 174 indicate lean fuel/air, the 1191 and 1193 indicate the car is in limp home mode. And 1632 is a traction control issue.
The lean mixture might be as simple as a plugged fuel filter, or as complex as trouble with the injectors, the throttle position sensor, fuel pressure regulator, or fuel pump. How long since you replaced the fuel filter? If it has been close to or beyond the recommended interval this is a cheap ($20 for the part) and fairly easy thing to try.
The lean fuel/air could be the cause of the limp home mode.
The 1632 code is a traction control system malfunction. Could be an intermittent issue or occurred because the engine is operating erratically. With this code the car should still run fine, but the TCS won't work properly.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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