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05 Hyundai Terracan transmission temp ecu code

How are we going with the ECU code to tell my scangauge to monitor the transmission temperature

had to use Tiburon as Terracan not listed

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  • wpaulg Sep 03, 2008

    giday,

    Im will be using a ScanGauge II with XGauge , or my laptop with the scantool.net program. Whilst I have the laptop and scantooI program now, I will not be buying the Scangauge II until I obtain the transmission EDU code.



    Thanks

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


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Posted on Aug 30, 2008

  • Rob Cobb
    Rob Cobb Sep 03, 2008

    Good day;

    What type of scan tool do you have?



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Gentle men

I'm having a problem with a hyundai santa fe that will not start.
new crankshaft and cam shaft sensor
tried a tucson ecu and still won't start
HELP

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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