Question about Hyundai Sonata
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P0753 means your powertrain computer detects a continuous open, short to ground or short to power in the circuit to your transmission's 1-2 shift solenoid. When the code is active, your transmission runs in a fail safe/limp home mode that only lets certain gear ratios function in the transmission.
The solenoid in your application looks like this
and it is located sometimes on the side of the transmission, but my guess is from the looks of it, it might be found inside the transmission, only accessible with the oil pan removed.
The problem might be the solenoid itself, or the wiring going to the solenoid from the computer that controls the transmission, or the computer itself.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
SOURCE: what is the replacement schedule
Both engines .. the four and the six have timing chains.. not belts.. so there is no replacement for the life of the engine.
Some of the six cylinder models did have problems with a Timing Chain tensioner.. if you have the six and it makes a rattling sound when first started..that could be an indicator. There is a TSB (technical service bulletin) on this and it should identify which cars are affected.
Best of luck!
Posted on May 12, 2011
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The most widespread Hyundai recall, affecting up to 531,894 2005-2008 Accent, Azera, Elantra, Entourage, Santa Fe, Sonata, Tucson, and Veracruz models, is NHTSA Campaign 09V122000. A malfunctioning stop lamp switch may prevent brake lights from illuminating when the pedal is depressed (the same switch may also cause them to stay lit after the brakes are released).
Owners may contact Hyundai Customer Service at 1-800-633-5151, call the NHTSA Hotline at 1-888-327-4236, or visit WWW.SAFERCAR.GOV
If Hyundai says your VIN is not included in the recall, file a complaint with NHTSA.
Posted on Nov 07, 2011
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