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Code p0335, and jerkinging problem with pending codes p02300 and p0711

I have a 2000 hyundai sonata with a code p0335 I know its a crank sensor problem but the vehicle also has a jerking problem such as when you hit the gas pedal it jerks and it also happens once in a while when you hit the brake. I was wondering if this is a related problem. I also have two pending codes witch are a code p2300(pd) and a code p0711(pd) which I have cleared out once befor but has returned as a pending code again and has not yet set a hard code they just keep coming back as pending. I know one is a trans cooling sensor code or somthing of that nature I am thinking that might have to do with the jerking please help!

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  • 07harlee May 17, 2009

    I have a 2000 Hyundai Sonata that is jerking and causing the check engine light to come on. We were told that replacing the crank postion sensor would fix the problem, but it did not. It is now giving the following codes: (P1529) Idle Speed Control Auxiliary Input and (P0715) Turbine Speed Sensor A Circut Malfunction. None of the auto stores have any suggestions or parts. Please help!

  • dyarbrough28
    dyarbrough28 Mar 06, 2013

    Mine done the same thing. 2003 Sonata. I was told crank sensor also. But it ended up being a misfire sensor. Most people dont know about those.

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THE INTERMITTENT SIGNAL FROM THE DEFECTIVE CRANK SENSOR IS CAUSING THE CAR TO STARVE OF SPARK AND FUEL. IF YOU REPLACE THE CRANK SENSOR, THIS WILL FIX THE JERKING PROBLEM BY HAVING A CONTINUOUS FLOW OF FUEL AND SPARK. THE TRANSMISSIONS ON THESE CARS ARE NOTORIOUS FOR SHIFTING PROBLEMS. THE TRANSMISSION MAY NEED A NEW FILTER AND FLUID. HOPE THIS HELPS. KEEP ME POSTED PLEASE. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK

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