Question about 2005 Hyundai Sonata
Hello there , I'm not sure about Sonatas , if you have changed your battery or disconnected it , some vehicles like Fords around the 2000 year mark need to be calibrated , this may be achieved by turning your ignition on putting your tran in drive with your foot flat on the peddle and hold for 3 minutes and then turn ignition off and then back on with the car in park and no peddle , do not start car to do this just ignition on ! Good luck all so it may be cheaper to buy a work shop manual rather than taking your car to a work. Shop , best is - Haynes Work Shop Manual - Regards Graham ...
Posted on Sep 19, 2013
SOURCE: check engine light on,2 days
This is a trans range switch code, try this: on top of the transmission, by the selector lever, there is the range switch, remove the electrical connector to the switch and clean the terminals inside the connector, add some dielectric gears to the terminals (avail at any parts store), and reconnect. Disconnect negative battery terminal for 60 sec., reconnect switch, drive the car a few d ays and see if MIL light come on again.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
SOURCE: my 2001 hyundai sonata
i have also hyundai 2001 model.my car when i try to put D(drive) it never move but when i chang to no 3 it moves.also when i try to chang for R it becoming verrry noisy.also when i am driving car that indicaiting enging check light after some time it goes and again wwill come.please advice me witch steap i have to follow to make this all problems
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
take the tranny pan off and look for small pieces of plastic in the fluid. sounds like a sensor got chewed up inside the tranny and small pieces of plastic have been sucked up and contaminated the internals of the tranny. look at where the wires go into the tranny and try and look inside where the sensor pickups is poking through inside to see if it looks normal in there. its going to have to go to the transmission shop. hopefully it wont be too expensive. as sensors are cheaper to fix then bands and internals. get two estimates.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
You likely have broken pieces of catalyst in the exhaust getting wedged in the exhaust pipe just before the main catalytic converter. This will cause intermittent stalls when the vehicle is warm and sometimes will take 20 minutes to cool down before starting and driving properly a short distance. On my Santa Fe I cut the pipe near the catalytic converter, removed the broken catalyst, then had to replace the "front" catalytic converter.
Posted on Sep 30, 2012
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