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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you use a aftermarket O2 sensor or a genuine Hyundai one? If it's an aftermarket one it may be bad or not as good as the OEM one. See here for more details and other potential causes: P0133
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
It's true that turbos can't be rebuilt by the average mechanic. There is a lot of close tolerances and special tools required to repair a turbo. They have to be sent to a shop that specializes in that. I'm sorry for the bad news but thats it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
with the age/mileage of your car it still depends on oilburn,
if you are using less than 1 pint every 1000m then use 10/40 if more, then use 20/50.(HYUNDAI/Kia service book EUROPE.)it is a ploy by certain people in the oil/car industry to make you spend more on "ultra"low viscosity oils ALSO, Hyundai/Kia have NEVER used 5/30 in ANY of their cars EVER.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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