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TPS = Throttle Position Sensor
TPMS = Tire Pressure Monitoring System
The TPS is located on the Engine and is part of the Intake System
The TPMS is located INSIDE the Wheel. If you changed the RIM or the Sensor that is normally located inside the wheel is missing, it would cause this. The Weird Noise? Is that an Out of Balance Tire?
The code 1701 means: TPS signal to TCM malfunction. TPS=Throttle Position Sensor. TCM means=Transmission Control Module.
The engine shake requires further diagnosing. Best advice is to take/tow the vehicle to the nearest Hyundai Service Department & have a qualified/certified Hyundai Service Technician diagnose the problem. Be sure to provide the past maintance/repair history when/if you do.
If that's the case then there are two reasons why it shakes. A faulty TPS (throttle position sensor) and a faulty MAF (mass air flow) sensor. You definitely have vacuum flow irregularities that's why the car shakes. The TPS and MAF is located on the throttle body and by replacing it the issue can be resolved.
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You don't need to change the spark plugs since it has only 31.5 K. The plugs should last 60K.
There is a an adjustment at the gas cable end at engine to increase the idle a little bit. You can increase rpm at idle to 600 RPM. Since your RPM at idle is low that why it is shaking at idle, red lights.
Let me know it it is shaking at high speed ( 2500 RPM)