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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cruise control installation
Not really sure on parts pricing (probably very expensive) but very complicated and work intensive to install... Need to get the engine computer reprogrammed for cruise control, install all the wiring (to the brake light switch, the speed sensors, etc...) install the servo/vacuum motor and cables to the throttle assembly...
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: car keeps dying
Trouble Code 33 and 34 are the MAF/MAP Sensor
Circuit. It sounds like you've replaced that sensor already. Did you also have the code 34 before putting in the new sensor?
Or did this code start after it's replacement? Any other codes appearing?
Troubleshooting it would depend if it has the Speed Density Update. The dealer should be able to provide that info.
Here's your fault code list:
13 oxygen sensor circuit 14 coolant temp sensor circuit (high temp) 15 coolant temp sensor circuit (low temp) 21 throttle position sensor (TPS) circuit (high signal) 22 throttle position sensor (TPS) circuit (low signal) 23 manifold air temp (MAT) circuit (low temp) 24 vehicle speed sensor (VSS) circuit 25 manifold air temp (MAT) circuit (high signal) 31 wastegate solenoid electrical circuit 32 exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) circuit 33 mass air flow (MAF) circuit (gm/sec high) 34 mass air flow (MAF) circuit (gm/sec low) 41 cam sensor circuit 42 C3I EST or bypass circuit failure 43 electronic spark control (ESC) circuit 44 oxygen sensor circuit (lean exhaust) 45 oxygen sensor circuit (rich exhaust) 51 PROM error 52 calpak error 55 ECM error
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
The camshaft position sensor is located on the engine near the timing belt cover and under the upper radiator hose.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: Hyundai Tucson
The transmission filter is inside the transmission. You have to drain out the oil and remove the transmission pan and gasket. The filter is made of metal guaze and is screwed/bolted to the underneath of the valve body.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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