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Require the ECU code for the auto Transmission temperature sender in a 05 Hyundai Terrican

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  • wpaulg Aug 22, 2008

    Thanks , Look forward to the reply.

    This is the ECU code so that a scan gauge can be programmed to read the temperature, not a fault code.



    Thanks again

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Hi I can give you the code but I can't till the first of the week. Hope that will be ok.

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05 Hyundai Terracan transmission temp ecu code


Hi,
I'm having a hard time to fine that code, but I'm still looking.


Cheer

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