Question about Hyundai Motor 1999 Tiburon
If you could post a copy of the report or type ALL the info from it i think we could help you get it fixed
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: obd diagnostic
Look under the hood in the engine compartment.The emissions sticker will tell you if it is obd compliant...If it is manufactured in the u.s. since 1996 , federal laws require it to be obd compliant..I would give the manufacturer of the scanner a call to check compatability...Good Luck!!!
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
You're right, the PO154 has to do with the O2 sensor. The code has the info of Oxygen Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 2 Sensor 1).
Bank 2 is the exhaust manifold that cylinder #2 uses.
Sensor 1 is the sensor in BETWEEN the exhaust manifold and the catalytic converter.
No Activity Detected in the circuit could mean the O2 sensor is dead, or an open/cut wire going to the sensor.
That's about all the info you can get out of that code PO154.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Apparently so - P0501 is a speed sensor code,
FAILURE CONDITIONS The ECM will set a code and the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) will turn on if there is no vehicle speed sensor output signal for 20 seconds during two driving cycles when the following conditions are met: a. Open between fuse and wheel speed sensor (WSS) b. Open between WSS and GND c. Open between WSS and ECM d. Short to battery or GND between WSS and ECM e. Faulty WSS However, the other, P-456 is an EVAP system code: a. Fuel filler cap loose or missing b. Fuel filler cap o-ring missing or damaged c. Faulty or damaged fuel filler pipe d. Leaking, disconnected or plugged fuel vapor lines e. Fuel in lines due to faulty rollover valve, on-board refueling vapor recovery valve or stuck closed CCV f. Canister close valve clogged, stuck open or closed g. Improperly installed purge solenoid valve h. PSV stuck open or closed i. Faulty fuel tank pressure sensor j. Leaking canister or catch tank a. If any codes relating to FTPS, CCV or PSV circuits are present, do all repairs associated with those codes before proceeding with this troubles area. b. If DTC P0455 is stored and MIL is illuminated, before proceeding to evaporative system test and repair, verify whether the customer was running the engine during refueling. c. If an obvious cause for DTC P0455 is an engine running during refueling, erase the DTC P0455 using Hi-Scan and do not repair the evaporative system. However, the vehicle should be monitored to find reoccurrence of the concern which may come from actual evaporative system.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
if there's water coming out of the exhaust pipe its a head gasket but it could be a bad thermostat and when your car gets to a certain temperature the fan will come on and cool it off
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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