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Code 1529 - Sonata Hyundai Cars & Trucks

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That is a tranny code.You need to have it checked at the dealership or a reputable tranny shop.Good Luck!!!

Posted on Aug 04, 2008


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because you have a different transmission to what was originally fitted , the TCM may have different presets and there is a conflict being caused in the ECM
I might suggest as a start that you get a known good TCM for the 2010 box and see if that removes the problem
when you press the accelerator there is an actuator that cuts in to change ratios and that change has to be compatible to the settings in the TCM

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Take to to an accredited service center or specialist shop that handles your make of vehicle and have a proper diagnosis done and a quote The noise could be from the TCC solenoid not properly engaging or keeping the clutch fully engaged thereby causing the noise from the box

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I have a problem with my transmission it takes more overdrive and gives me the code p-1529 depends on what the thank you

im not sure what you mean by "takes more overdrive" most parts stores can refernce trouble codes for you, also the scan tool you are using to get the code should have some with an index if it doesnt interpet for you.

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