Question about 2004 Hyundai Elantra
The radiator broke and was replaced. After that the "check engine" indicator turned on. I went to a mechanic and the scanner showed that the camshaft sensor was the problem. It was replaced and now the "check engine" indicator turns on some days and then turns off. I took the car again to the mechanic and the scaaner throws again the camshaft code. Could it be a deffective replacement? I bought a generic part.
It is possible that the camshaft sensor is intermittently failing. But also check the actual wire connector to the sensor. If the connector is making contact at times, then your computer would read it at times.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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