Question about 2005 Hyundai Elantra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Aug 17, 2008
it is the O2 sensor in the manifold that went bad. it is an easy fix but i wouid recommend taking in to somwere other than the dealer to save you money. this is small problem that will only effect your gas milage a little
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
it is very easy to change the oil put the car on ramps secure the back end look for the drain plug underneath the engine make sure you have the right size wrench and when you remove the plug also check the gasket on the plug to make sure it is not cracked you will also need an oil filter wrench and my other suggestion to you is to go to autozone to see if they have a Haynes repair manual for your car and if they don't see if they can order you one in the mean time they can also print you off a diagram of how to change the oil in you car safely
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
I just came from an Autozone, and then spoke with 2 Hyundai dealership service departments and they all three stated the P0113 code is the Intake Air Temperature sensor (IAT, also referred to as the Mass Air Pressure - MAP - sensor) on the engine, not an O2 sensor found in the exhaust system.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Fuel trim too lean. Usually means vacuum leak. Look for crushed,broken or melted off vacuum hoses near intake manifold. Or an obvious hissing noise at a normal idle. If so replace or repair clear codes your done. If not obvious take carb cleaner spray with nozzle attached car running & go over all vacuum hoses,intake manifold,egr valve see if idle raises if so you found leak. Repair. Could also be bad oxygen sensor switching bad o2 sensor but rarely.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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