Question about 2001 Hyundai XG300
TCS LIGHT ON CODE P1632 -TCS SYSTEM MALFUNCTION
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
unless you can discover what DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) has been recorded/set in the control module, it's anyone's guess.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
get it diagnosed, could be a simple sensor issue to an expensive computer issue. codes will be stored to help in diagnosing
Posted on Nov 18, 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
SOURCE: error code 1159 on hyundai
P1159 indicates the variable intake valve does not reach its desired position. Expect to need to replace the intake plenum to resolve this.
* Fuel trim represents the amount of time the fuel injector opens for each intake cycle, expressed as a percentage above the expected amount of open time based on the data from the oxygen sensors, air flow sensor, and throttle position sensor. The P1159 code means that the actuator cannot move the plates to the desired position. Either the actuator has failed or the plates have stuck in place. In the former case, repair is probably impossible. In the latter, the potential is there that you could disassemble the plenum and free up the components when you discover what it is that is keeping them from moving properly. In either case, the individual parts of the plenum aren't available separately, so if the issue requires a part replacement, you'll need to replace the entire plenum. thanks.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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