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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PO420 code for 2003 Elantra
Catalytic Converter Failure is a common cause of a P0420 Code. 1.) I would give a few calls to some muffler shops and get a thorough exhaust inspection done. As a leaking/damaged Exhaust Manifold, Catalytic Converter, or exhaust pipe could be some of the culprits as well. If it were any of those other items your car would give you a different OBD Code. Item #2.) This is not common with a P0420 Code. With the P0420 code you should have no driveability issues. (not to say that you wouldnt in an extreme rarety) Item #3.) Again this would flag an entirely different code such as P0455 (Large Evap Emission Leak) Item#4.) Engine Oil would not even set a code. I hope this helps you out, and thank you for using FixYa!
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
YES!... with various system operating difference. Disconnecting the alarm does not disable it.. it only silences the alarm. You will still need the Keyless Entry System Remote to RESET the alarm to start the vehicle.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
P0139 HO2S Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 / Sensor 2). This is the downstream sensor (after the catalytic converter). Odds are the sensor is going bad. Check connections/ connector to this sensor. If you don't find any problem/trouble with this connector, replace the O2 sensor.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
P1166 O2 Sensor - controller adaption diagnosis malfunction (bank 1).
* P1166 is case for HO2S (Bank 1, Sensor 1) Signal line open
* Fuel system (Fuel tank/Pressure regulator/Fuel pump/PSV) failure
* Poor connection to fuel line hose/sealing/cut
* Sealing between purge valve and fuel tank
* Air leakage in exhaust system
* Ignition system (ignition coil, spark plug, cable) failure
* Surge tank and intake port failure
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
P2626 O2 Sensor Pumping Current Trim Circuit/Open (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
I'll sure this has to do with a faulty O2 sensor. This sensor is usually located around the header of your car, or down more on your exhaust.
Try disconnecting your battery for 30 mins, hook it back up, and start your car again. This will erase the error. See if it comes in again.
Hope this help (remember rated this post).
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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