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If you bring it to one of the local parts stores they will usually read the codes for free. Have them print it for you then post again with codes.Then we can give you some direction on what maybe wrong.
OBD II codes are specific to manufacturers and often specific vehicles. A Hyundai Accent P0650 may not be the same as a Hyundai Sonata P0650 because Hyundai loaded more diagnostic codes into the upscale Sonata.
Check with AZone or similar, they'll tell you the code description, and give you possible suspect causes to check.
Sure you can. Put a scanner on the diagnostic connector under the dash and check for codes. The codes you get ,do not tell you what is wrong or what to fix,but a starting point for the diagnostic steps you need to take, to find and repair the issues your having. Now --you need an understanding of your vehicles systems and possibly a wiring diagram, to reach a successful conclussion. That's where a professional shop comes in.
hi its true the problem in (CKP) crankshaft position sensor but you can test it only by diagnostic scanner tool there is no hand way in this model it have (OBD II) test connector under the dashboard near the steering I have the (DTC) code of it but how can I send it to you by this sit it more then 50 papers??