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2002 Elantra P0121 code

Having problems with my 2002 Elantra automatic:
-for years now, it shifts harsh between 2-3 when cold, and only on the first shift
-last week, the engine stared to surge on the highway, about 2-300 rpm, like it was kicking the overdrive off, then on again
-that same day, it shifted harshly between gears, but only some gears, some of the time
-then got code P0121 TPS switch "A" circuit range/performance from the diagnostic at the Hyundai dealership
-yesterday, when accelerating from a stop light, it would not go past 2nd gear. I had to pull over, come to a complete stop, and go again. Then it worked fine

The dealership wants to start replacing parts, without knowing which part is faulty.

Any suggestions?

Marty
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  • frichards72 Oct 14, 2008

    I have a similar problem with my 2002 Elantra it has always had a rough shift between 2-3 At 60,00 miles I changed the timing belt and it shifted fine for about 2000 miles. It is back to the original roughness now and I might take it back to the dealer for the first time.

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The code says tps switch so replace the throttle position sensor.

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SOURCE: 2002 Elantra P0121 code

If you are getting a range performance code, then you need to put the car in nuetral and adjust the cable on the range switch on the transmission. If you look almost under the air filter you will see the range switch and the cable being connected to it. If you notice, there are two "prongs", one on the cable bracket, the other on the range switch. Each "prong" has a hole in the end of it and they must be in alignment when the gear selector is in nuetral. Put the car into nuetral and then use a 12mm socket to loosen the nut on top of the cable bracket and adjust the two holes until you can slide a pin into them and lock them back down into place. This should stop your problem.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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Models: 1996 Buick Roadmaster
1996 Cadillac Fleetwood
1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade
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• DTC P1870 is a type B code. The conditions for setting the P1870 DTC must occur on TWO CONSECUTIVE TRIPS (ignition cycles, with a drive cycle) before setting a P1870 history code.
• When the conditions for setting DTC P1870 are met (first trip), the PCM commands maximum line pressure and harsh 1-2 shifts are the result.
• This may result in a harsh 1-2 shift with no history code if the conditions for setting the DTC required for the second trip are not met, on two consecutive trips (Ignition cycles, with a drive cycle).
• When the conditions for setting the DTC are met, on the second consecutive trip, a DTC P1870 is stored as a history code.
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• The torque converter is not blue or overheated.
• The transmission fluid is not burned or has no burned odor.
• The transmission fluid pan contains no abnormal debris (clutch material, bronze, brass, or metal fragments).

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well i saw your other post. try changing the TPS and see if that corrects it because that will screw up alot of stuff for your tranny.

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