Question about 2006 Hyundai Elantra
While driving the car shut off. I ran a diagnostic at auto zones and it ran the codes P2626, P2231, P0010, P2251, and P0030. I have googled them and am not coming up with anything aside from it all leading back to the O2 Sensor. It has 110,000 miles. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I know nothing about cars. Thanks.
First of all. clear the codes in the fault memory then drive it again. and check for new codes. if it is o2 sensor again then it could be many things other than the sensor. what you have to understand is that the car is making the decision of what it thinks is wrong. and the final thing in the whole process is the exhaust gas. if its wrong then the sensor will pick it up. it might well be the sensors at the current mileage, but dont rule out the obvious. air leaks on the intake system (EGR). etc. miss fires. the list goes on... hope this helps..
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