Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
Replaced foot throttle
Here is what the code is. I believe it is also called a TPS (throttle position sensor). On most carburetors it is on the side opposite the throttle linkage. You can take it off and test it with an ohm meter. All it is is a variable resister (like a volume knob on a radio) as it turns it changes resistance and that info is sent to the computer witch in turn tells the computer what position your throttle is.
On most cars it is an easy thing to change out and not very expensive. Good luck
P2113 Throttle/Pedal Pos SensorB Minimum Stop Perf
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
Unable to locate this code either in generic of manufacturers so consult code machine manufacturers ,but as i know from experiance with these motors and that is the keyway on the crankshaft wears the keyway groove on the end of the crank and this affects the timing and the valves hit the pistons
P0113 (IAT) Intake Air Temperature Sensor -Circuit High Input
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The fastest way is to remove the rad and move the engine ahead enough to change the clutch. Be sure to support the trans. Otherwise you will be into a lot of work under the truck. Frankster016
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
A sensor like TPS is very easy to change. It is located on the Throttle body. (the part that is at the opposite end of the air intake tube from the air box/ filter) The throttle body looks sort of like a small carburetor, if you look on the side of it you wil see a black sensor.. this is the TPS. It is usually held on by two or three screws and it will have an electrical plug as well.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Just take a picture of it with digital camera or phone. And start removing wires and hoses until they are all out of way of cover. Then remove the bolts all way around cover and pull straight up and it will come right off. If not use a flat head screw driver to prise it off. Clean old gasket off of valvecover and engine. then put it bak together. Tighten bolts slowly, start with ones in center ov it and work your way out. Just finger tight. Then snug, then torque em down. Not too tight as if tostrip the bolt or break it off. Cause it be very expensive. also write down everywhere each wire go's unless you can remember
Posted on May 11, 2010
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