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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is inside the timing cover in most cases with hyundai the timing belt will have to be removed so the crank gear can come off the sensor is usually behind the gear especially if it is a 6cyl if it is a 4 cyl then the wire goes behind the timing belt make sure the timing marks are lined up so when you reassemble it is lined up
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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Any overcharge situation can corrupt an ECM. Incorrect placement of jumper cables and not grounding properly can definitely damage an ECM (computer) However most people still jump cars like they did before computers.. red to red and black to black.. this is WRONG.. black shoudl be grounded on alternator or car frame. If you did this and didnt ground properly you very well may have corrupted or burnt ECM. If corrupted it may be "reprogrammable" by dealer also called "flashing" if you burned it then it will have to be replaced by dealer as it requires programming to specific VIN of your vehicle.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
drive the car in 2nd speed gear at1000 - 1200rpm to form number 8 shape like zig zag manner,if you find taka taka taka noise,the drive shafts are weared out.
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
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