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Describe your p1999 Hyundai DTC Problem - 1999 Hyundai Sonata

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Well the hyundai codes do not go this high and neither do the generic codes

P0998....Shift Solenoid "F" Control Circuit Low

this is the highest number so i would assume or not that its a gearbox fault

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

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Hello, There is not a recall for this issue,but there is a TSB (technical safety bulletin) by Hyundai for this issue that you are having with your vehicle for the code that was set. What this consists of is replacement of the throttle position sensor and performing an ECU software upgrade for the vehicles computer. The process usually takes about 45 minutes to an hour to perform at a Hyundai service department. If you are the original owner of the vehicle or it has less than 60,000 miles, this repair procedure is no cost to the owner. Hope this info helps. Gabe


Technical Service

Bulletin

Subject:

DTC P2135/P0638 OR COLD ENGINE RPM


FLUCTUATION - TPS REPLACEMENT &


ECM UPDATE

Group:
FUEL SYSTEM

Number:
10-FL-010

Date:
AUGUST, 2010

FUEL SYSTEM

10-FL-010

AUGUST, 2010
MODELS:

EN VERACRUZ, CM SANTA FE,

TG AZERA, EP ENTOURAGE,

NF SONATA, BH GENESIS

DTC P2135/P0638 OR COLD ENGINE RPM

FLUCTUATION - TPS REPLACEMENT &

ECM UPDATE

NOTE:

This bulletin revises TSB 09-FL-003-2 to add the Genesis Sedan (BH)

model to the applicability list. It also provides instructions to select the

most recent available ECM Update Events #166-178 or any higher event

numbers if they become available in the future.

DESCRIPTION:

Symptom/Condition:

Some 2.7L, 3.3L or 3.8L engines in models identified in the applicability list may

experience one or more of the following conditions:

• DTC P2135: Throttle position sensors 1/2 voltage correlation

• DTC P0638: Throttle actuator control range/performance

• RPM fluctuation while engine is cold (DTC not set)

NOTE:


Should either of the above DTC occur, the vehicle would have operated in

limited power "limp home" mode and stored the following DTC in the ECM:

• DTC P1295: ETC System Malfunction - Power Management

• DTC P2106: ETC System Malfunction - Forced Limited Power

APPLICABILITY:

• 2007-2009 EN Veracruz

• 2007-2009 CM Santa Fe

• 2006-2009 TG Azera

• 2007-2008 EP Entourage

• 2006-2009 NF Sonata with 3.3L Engine only

• 2009-2010 BH Genesis Sedan






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I have a Hyundai Santa Fe, 2002, 4 cylinders, 2.4 L, gasoline engine, automatic transmission front wheel drive. I recently changed the crankshaft angle sensor because it got damaged (the wires got out...


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