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Throttle position sensor

My Hyundai Santa Fe 2006 2.2 Diesel has an intermittent problem - lack of throttle response. Have replaced throttle body (New)and removed and cleaned EGR valve, replaced brake light switch (RECALL NOTICE) to no evail.

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    Martyn Hayes Dec 26, 2013

    Further to my problem as described there are no fault codes being registered.

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See no check engine light. need to have throttle control module check or tps sensor but need diagnostic equipment to check it.dealership has to check it out.

Posted on Dec 26, 2013

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SOURCE: No Throttle Response - 2006 Hyndai Sonata Diesel Auto

Have dealer check the computer codes - I had same problem and it required that the accelerator module be replaced - this is "drive by wire" system - no direct hookup to the throttle body.

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SOURCE: egr valve registering on computer causing checkengine light

You may have to reset the error memory of the on board computer via a brand and model specific procedure. Some errors may be erased simply by turning the ignition on and off a particular number of times.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Where is the throttle/pedal position

Yes you can do it yourself. Here is an image showing the location of sensors on your vehicle (TPS) Throttle Position Sensor...located on the throttle body. Should have 2 screws holding it in place. You can view it in Opera and blow the image up or print the image out and blow it up on a copier if you need to. Hope it helps
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My Santa Fe loses exceleration and when diagnosed got code p2135. I was told there was a recall by hyundai for this. Is this right


Thanks for the inquiry.
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I would replace the throttle pedal position sensor

Best regards,
TF


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Normally the fault is the resistor within the TPS or "throttle position sensor" there are ways to test this but normally it will be the TPS or the ECM that will need replacement. difficult to price it until you know the exact fault. There is a very helpful blog here Hyundai blog that has more information on testing each part yourself. Hope this helps.
Get back to me for more info should you require it.
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