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No story,
why are you asking sensor questions.?
lost it. it fell off, it was in a wreck, the pack rats eat it all up. (common)
context, put us on the same page, and we can answer accurately
or post symptoms.
or both.
ill answer for rats killed my sensor.
get the FSM its all there.
or log into alldata.com and click wiriing. pages. , tranny

easy huh.? DIY and only $15 lousy bucks too.

that is what we do, for all our cars, and trucks.
the FSM is at Hyundai, get one. and do all service on car.
not just 2-4 wires.

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