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P0500 error code on Hyundai sta fe 2004 2.4 L where are the input and output speed sensors located?

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If your refering to the auto gearbox then sensors inside gearbox .Normally when this fault code shows a nd gearchanges not quite right i drain gearbox clean filter in the sump then refill ,run angine in drive on jacks and then check level again ,then again after a 10 min run .

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I have a 1998 dodge caravan 3.3L fault codes p0500 p0700 p0720 p0715, how do I repair and replace sensors to pass smog test


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P0715 sets when there is an error in the transmission's input speed sensor signal. On the front of the trans there is an input and output speed sensor that the trans controller looks at for shifting control.

While the code could have set because of a wiring or connection problem, it's almost surely the sensor. Input speed sensor failures are not uncommon.

The input speed sensor is mounted right on the front of the trans directly under where the cooler lines attach. It threads directly in and has a 1" hex for a socket for removal. If the wiring and connection look visibly ok then I would recommend replacing the sensor

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Where is p0500 located?


code p0500 refers to vehicle speed sensor(VSS) --circuit malfunction====causes--wiring-- VSS --ECM
The VSS is normally located in/at the rear of the gear box.

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Speed sensor location 2004 hyundai xg 350


cant help with a pic iam afraid but look on the diff housing passenger side and on top is the speed sensor ,their is no input sensor it just goes to the computer and from their to the dash ,it could be the sensor or the nylon drive gear ,you can check the sensor with a multimeter once you get it out

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Code p0500 and i already replaced both input and output speed sensors


take the vehicle and have the codes cleared, ( reset ) if you replaced the sensors you need to clear the code,, many places do this for free, so check around, once cleared, ask them to re read the codes again to be sure it cleared for good , you might want to check the speedo , if its working ok, never mind that ,, also, have you replaced the tires recently? a change in size will affect this code, as will a abs brake system fault, ( but if its that the brake icon in the dash will light up )

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2002 Hyundai Santa Fe speed sensor replacement, where exactly is it?


P0500 error code on Hyundai sta fe 2004 2.4 L where are the input and output speed sensors located?

Dec 17, 2010 | 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Engine code PO500 / PO501 /PO529 for santa fe 2004


P0500 and po501 are error codes indicating that no signal is being received from the speed sensor. he speed sensor is located on the output of the transmission and its job is to measure the speed of the output shaft. Check the continuity of the wire from the sensor to the ECU. Check that the connection is securely attached and that the pins are free of dirt and corrosion. To check the function of the speed sensor: If the socket has two pins it is probably a magnetic sensor and one pin is ground and the other should have an output AC voltage in region 0.2 to 2 volts. If the socket has three pins it is probably a hall effect sensor with one pin at reference voltage (5 volts), one pin at ground and the third with a a DC voltage in region of 0.5 to 1.5 volts.
The other code, P0529, indicates that the air circulation fan inside the car is giving intermittent performance, this could be due to warn motor brushes or a loose connector.

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Output Speed Sensor


dear friend:plse make sure that you replaced the output sensor and not the input speed sensor.the output speed sensor is the one closer to the fire wall,

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Where is the trans speed shaft sensor on a 2001 hyundia santa fe?


There are two speed sensors, Input sensor is located on top of the bell house. Output sensor is located on the firewall side of the bell house.

May 25, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Where is the output speed sensor on a 01 hyundai santa fe?


I wanted to post a reply to this because I also have a 2001 2.7l V6 4wd and my output speed sensor was directly underneath the air filter housing/box and NOT "deep behind the transmission" as the poster said above. It was very easy to get to, and took me about 10 minutes to replace. The part number for mine (genuine Hyundai/KIA) is 42621 39052 if that helps. And this is NOT the 02 sensor mentioned in the previous post. What we're talking about here is the Output Speed Sensor on the transmission. You may get a code P0720 from your CEL. You can also download TSB 05-40-011from hmaservice.com for more info and a diagram of the location. Hopefully this might help someone in the future. Good luck!

Feb 06, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Santa Fe Code p1529


I am sorry the above codes is general error code , the error your getting is car specific hence the codes where not there in the list:

P0715
Input speed sensor system

If no output pulse is detected from the input shaft speed (PG-A) sensor for 1 second or more while driving in 3rd or 4th gear at a speed of 30 km/h or more, it is judged to be an open or short circuit . In the input shaft speed sensor and diagnosis code P0715 is output. If diagnosis code P0715 is output four times, the transmission is locked into 3rd gear (D range) or 2nd gear as a fail-safe measure

P1529
TCM MIL request signal, this code sets in the computer engine control module when there is a transmission fault code

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