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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Hyundai Sante Fe 2.4L
a crank sensor is a magnetic pulse sensor that tells the pcm(computer) how fast the engine is running. it sends an ac voltage to the pcm and that tells the pcm how fast and at what rpm the engine is running. there are no moving parts to the crank sensor itself. it just sends a pulse but it may be shorted or grounded or open. shorted can be caused be heat or liquid infiltration and will cause the signal to be skewed. grounded or open had to do with the windings in the inside. grounded means it has a wire toughing ground on the engine and open means it has a broken wire either inside or in the harness. i don't know where it is on that vehicle.
Posted on May 07, 2009
DOES THE VEHICLE SHOW ANY DRIVIBILITY PROBLEMS IF NOT... THEN GET 2 BOTTLES OF FUEL INJECTOR CLEANER AND ADD TO FULL TANK OF GAS.. O2 SENSOR MEASURES THE EXHAUST TO DETERMINE IF ENGINE IS RUNNING EFFICIANTLY...BAD GAS OR MOISTURE CAN SET THIS CODE...IT IS NOT A BIG CONCEARN...AFTER RUNNING THAT FULL TANK OF GAS OUT.HAVE SOME ONE CLEAR ALL CODES AND THEN SEE IF IT RETURNS
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks! Actually I just did that before the light came on. Could it have triggered it somehow or should I run another bottle through?"
dear friend-the code P1529 means transmission control module(TCM)-communication problem,so please look at the following items-wiring,tcm,ecm,
just a hint if the transmission is slipping then the tcm is getting the wrong information from the input and out sensors.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
Well, you don't have to have a transmission cooler installed if you go a short distance.
But, it would help if there is none from the factory and you go a long distance on hilly terrain.
My 1980 Suburban had a cooler built in for towing things.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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