Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
Here how it started , i had antifreeze leak , i fixed the hose and leak stopped , for some reason i detached TPS sensor , I cleaned throttle with spray , i put everything back in order , turns out i incorrectly attached TPS back.
Posted by Anonymous on
TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) Diagnosis and Unde…: http://youtu.be/FJobCD6y8fk maybe this will help you http://www.hyundai-forums.com/sm-2001-2006-santa-fe/372690-p1192-code-help.html#/forumsite/20503/topics/372690 from what i understand iif itis your tps malfunctioning it will need to be rwplaced
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I did some research because the P1128 is an odd code for Hyundai and I couldnt find a lot of information on it, but I found two things that may help and neither point to the fuel pump.
1. P1128 in Hyundai refers to the Mass Airflow Sensor or MAF being defective.
2. There is a TSB from Hyundai, TSB 01-36-022, but I wasnt able to ascertain if that was a specific TSB for the MAF or if it was information on how to test the MAF or some other information.
P1124 seems to be a related code as well but I could find little on it. P1124 in a Subaru is an issue with the Throttle Position Sensor or TPS, but I could not confirm that for Hyundai.
My first suggestion would be to check your air filter and if it has not been changed in a while or is really dirty, then change it as a restriction in air flow might be mistaken by the computer as a problem with the MAF.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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
could be a false code problem could another senser and the computer is blamming the tps make sure he checks it with a meter before replacing it if not he will replace two parts at your expence
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
It sounds like you have either a lean or rich condition ocurring,could be exuast leak,vac leak,leaking fuel preasure regulator,cat convertor.At this point would go to dealer for diagnosis.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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