Question about 2001 Hyundai Elantra
This DTC code is set when the ATF temperature output voltage is lower than a value generated by thermistor resistance, in a normal operating range, for approximately 1 second or longer. The TCM regards the ATF temperature as fixed at a value of 80 °C(176°F). Solution: Eliminate wiring as the cause. Once you've done that, Recommend you replace the sensor. Otherwise, take the vehicle in to a Hyundai Shop and pay the diagnostic fee. They'll tell you what the problem is and the cost to repair it (parts, labor, & tax).
Posted on May 30, 2009
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