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Hi, My name is Summer. I got a new throttle position sensor put in. a month ago I got a new ignition coil put in. last friday The rpm still drops below 1rpm and results in my car shaking I went to advance auto and the codes now read..... P1191 & P1193 - manufacturer control, fuel air metering P0350 - Ignition coil, circuit malfunction. I dont know what to do. Im due for inspection soon and I would like to have this fixed asap. Please Help!

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SOURCE: my xg300 got a code p1191 and p1193,what is the

this is the difinition from the Hyundai manual

P1191 ETS Limp Home Valve On
P1193 ETS Limp Home - Low Rpm
You have a problem with the throttle sensor.

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Year 2001 XG300 P0115, P1159, P1191, P1193, P0115

P0115 - Engine Coolant Temp Sensr - open/short
P1159 - Variable Intake Motor Malfunction

P1191/P1193 Limp Home Valve - Low RPM

First, clean the throttle body and check for anything which might obstruct AIR FLOW to it.

The P1159 is the Variable Intake Motor Malfunction. this motor is either 'OPEN'... or 'CLOSED' position. It is located on/in the intake manifold (plenum) and is only opened when cruising... it is closed at idle. If it sticks 'OPEN' is can cause drivability issues.

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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SOURCE: did not pass emission test add

p1191 and 93 are about the same. you have a problem with throttle position sensor or tps.

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P1123 Pedal Position Sensor Circuit A High Voltage

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P1157 No Rear HO2S Response

P1158 No Rear HO3S Response

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P1178 Adaptive Fuel Metering Trim Too Lean

P1179 Adaptive Fuel Metering Trim Too Rich

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P1204 No. 4 Fuel Injector

P1205 No. 5 Fuel Injector

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P1362 Ignition Coil Primary Circuit (Cylinder No. 2)

P1363 Ignition Coil Primary Circuit (Cylinder No. 3)

P1364 Ignition Coil Primary Circuit (Cylinder No. 4)

P1365 Ignition Coil Primary Circuit (Cylinder No. 5)

P1366 Ignition Coil Primary Circuit (Cylinder No. 6)

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P1372 Early Activation Ignition Coil (Cylinder No. 2)

P1373 Early Activation Ignition Coil (Cylinder No. 3)

P1374 Early Activation Ignition Coil (Cylinder No. 4)

P1375 Early Activation Ignition Coil (Cylinder No. 5)

P1376 Early Activation Ignition Coil (Cylinder No. 6)

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P1397 Variable Valve Timing Solenoid B Low Input

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P1401 EGR Valve Position Circuit (Open Short to Ground)

P1408 EGR Temperature Sensor Circuit

P1409 EGR Valve Circuit

P1440 EVAP Purge Valve Open

P1441 EVAP Valve Circuit

P1443 EVAP Valve Circuit

P1447 EVAP Valve Circuit

P1448 EVAP Valve Circuit

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P1509 Idle Speed Control Circuit

P1512 Throttle Position Sensor Idle Switch Sense Circuit

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P1739 Automatic Transmission

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P1782 Automatic Transmission

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