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Code #35 Egr Temp Sensor but there is not a egr temp sensor at the location.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like the IAT is disconnected, it is either in the flex hose from the air cleaner to the engine or in the air filter housing, on my GM product car it is in the air intake hose, it is small and has a 2 wire connector to it, just pushes and pulls in and out of the flexible air intake hose.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 hyundii santa fe v6
Well, I'm assumign that are talkiing about DTC P0183 Fuel Temperature Sensor A Circuit High Input
If this is correct, just is an problem with the fuel temp sensor on the fuel pump. It appears whoever replaced the fuel pump damaged the fuel temp sensor. P0183 means the signal voltage is too high (greater than 4.6v).
The sensor measures fuel temperature in the fuel tank and the ECM uses this information for the Evaporative Emissions Self Check. Fuel vapor pressure increases when fuel temperature increases so the ECM references the fuel temperature and indirectly compensates for the fuel vapor pressure during the evaporative emissions leak check. You can change the sensor without changing the fuel pump itself.
The fuel temperature sensor uses a thermistor whose resistance changes with the temperature. The electrical resistance of the fuel temperature sensor decreases as the temperature increases, and increases as the temperature decreases. The reference 5v in the PCM is supplied to the fuel temperature sensor via a resistor in the PCM. The resistor in the PCM and the thermistor in the fuel temperature sensor are connected in series. When the resistance value of the thermistor in fuel temperature sensor changes with variations in fuel tank temperature, the output voltage also changes.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 20, 2011
EGR valve is located on the intake, isually a circular unit with a pipe connecting to the exhaust. As for the knock sensor, this is below the intake and hard to access w/o removing the intake. Both of these if failing need replacement, never replace with used ones. Hopefully this helps!!
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
onestly, your best bet is to replace the valve if nor mistaking it comes with the sensor, make sure pasages are not blocked, start the car with out the egr it will go up and down rpm and will be noisy if egr pipe is not blocked
Posted on May 06, 2012
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