Question about 2006 Hyundai Tiburon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you verified this system is running the battery down? The system you describe is called the Remote Keyless Entry System (Electronic Time/Alarm & Control System - ETACS Module). It cannot be 'disconnected' without disabling other systems (intermittent wipers, Chime bell, Door Warning, Dimming Off Room Lamp, Seat Belt indicator, remote power door lock/unlock system, etc.)
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
you can get it to crank but you just won't be able to use the keyless function without going back to the dealer first locate the ecu fuse in the fusebox under the dash, pull it out but don't put it down. Next put your key in the ignition and start turning over the motor, now the car won't crank or push oil through the motor with the ecu deactivated so don't hold it for too long. Now as your turning the motor over, reinsert the ecu fuse. The car will fire to life...you will have essentially reflashed your ecu so people with tuned ecu's beware. Your keyless won't work but hey at least now you can drive to get it fixed...as for the naysayers, yes I tried this on my tiburon and it still works fine so don't worry...good luck
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
Sounds like your alternator is bad, if car will stay running long enough to get over to an auto parts place where they can do an alternator test for free have it check or you can remove alternator and take it to them so they can test it. or with a volt meter start car remove jumper cables and check voltage at battery, should have no less then 13.5 volts, what your checking is alternator output voltage.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
Sounds like you should see if the engine is frozen by trying to turn over the engine by hand with a torque wrench or gripping the belt.Make absolutely the new battery has a sufficient charge by using beefy jumper cables. make sure all your connectors are really clean and tight.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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