Question about 2001 Hyundai Elantra
I went through Aircare and failed the emissions test. I pulled the code and it was Code P0105. I researched and came to the conclusion it was the MAP Sensor. I erased the code and it came back instantly so I decided to put a new Map Sensor. Code erased and never came back. I had 5 flashing monitors so I was told to drive it than check it again. Checked than there was 3 after the Drive. EVAP, CAT, MIS. I cant get these to go off. Drove for 1 full day with highway and city drives. Got no where. What do I do. Is this because there are more problems or Have i just not completed the cycle.
You may have to drive 300 to 500 miles or more,on multiple days and at different speeds and make sure to include long deaccelerations with your foot off the gas to set the EVAP. Most areas allow 1 monitor "not reset" and still give a full pass.Check your area for allowed number of monitors. If the check engine light stays out,the monitors will eventually reset,but on a older Hyundai it takes time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hyundai santa fe 2001
p0715 > A/T input speed sensor circuit 1. Many malfunctions in the electrical system are caused by poor harness and terminals. Faults can also be caused by interference from other electrical systems, and mechanical or chemical damage. 2. Thoroughly check connectors for looseness, poor connection, bending, corrosion, contamination, deterioration, or damage. P1729>This DTC code is related to the EMC and is set If EMS harness has an open battery source 1. Ignition OFF 2. M54 Electric Magnet Valve Clutch connector : Disconnect. 3. Measure resistance between 1 & 2. A. Specification : Approx. 1.8 ~ 2.2 Ω The above value is only for reference. The data from vehicle may differ from it according as various vehicle condition. This inspection is for checking open or short of EMC coil.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
The problem is in your steering wheel
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
CA you can take the car to a referree and get a one time waiver if you have spent a minimum of $450 on repairs not including smog fees. Gives you two years to get it fixed.
Smog Referee Call Center
Toll Free: 1.800.622.7733
You can also sell the car to the state for "up to" $1,000
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Under the hood, there is a fuse block. I believe it is on the driver's side of your vehicle. Open that box, and pull the "ECU" fuse. Leave the fuse out for at least 5 minutes. Put the fuse back in, start the car, and let it idle for at least another 5 minutes. Do not drive the car, touch the gas, or even look at the gas pedal for these 5 minutes, as the ECU is remapping itself. This will properly reset the ecu and clear the codes. After this you may drive the car.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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