Anthony Parker: Thank you so much, saved me $500 bucks and you were the only one who had exactly what I was looking for.
Gil T: Excellent. Much appreciated. I wish I had something like this when I waded in over my head doing the belts on my daughter's Eclipse. Dern neer brok down cryn' like a baby! (but . . . I didn't) Got it done. Now looking at this job on my Sonata.
Lucio Alvarez: ebay is $15.oo
William Moore: Our Santa Fe started stalling about a month ago. But didn't throw a code changed out the Camshaft sensor and cleaned the throttle body which needed it and noticed the cable was loose. Started idling better but didn't fix the stalling made it infrequent.While under the hood I noticed the valve cover was leaking. Some knucklehead didn't torque the bolts down. Also noticed a hard shifting. So I changed out the input output sensors and the egr valve. EGR was stuck actually need to just be cleaned but got the valve for 18 bucks online. But still no fix other than better shifting and idling/running.
Finally throws the code to pin point the crank sensor. Belt was in good shape looks like it was changed before we bought it 3 years ago. Only have put on 13k on it since buying it. Had to splice the sensor in. I soldered and used heat shrink tube on each wire and one on all three. Moral of the story is the leaking valve cover ruined the crank sensor. Was coated in oil. The input sensor on the transmission was sitting in oil. Valve cover gasket kits for the 2.4l are around 12 bucks.
Eduardo Areingdale: Thank you so much for this video! I have a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe with this issue, I've had trouble looking for support videos like this one.
mden98: By the way, I accidentally mounted the sensor backwards and the engine obviously would not start. Took me a little bit to figure this out. The magnetic pickup, mounted with the 2 screws, should face inwards. I think it picks up the rotation of the thin plate, behind the crankshaft gear. My Santa Fe is a 2003 with the 2.4L four cylinder engine. Good Luck!
mden98: Thanks for the refresher video. Replaced crank sensor at 130k miles and decided to replace it again when replacing timing belts, 3 pulley bearings, waterpump, crankshaft seal and valve cover at 200k miles. Found a complete parts kit with everything but the sensor, on Ebay for $90. Sensor was only $55 at Autozone, with a lifetime warranty.
whothecapfits: Looks like when you remove that thing, the timing belt is in way of the wire and plug. Were you able to remove it without loosening the belt? Personally, I would cut the wires and connect the new unit using crimps.
JC R: no way. I'd cut the wire solder and weather strip seal it lol
Azamari21: May I please ask if an exhaust manifold for a 2003 hyundai accent GL would fit on a 2000 hyundai accent GL?
Jose DeJesus: I notice you didn't take out the sensor ??? How are Rookies like me going to know how to take it out ???? Also do you have remove the the belt ??? To get the sensor out ???
Nicholas Souris: More and more municipalities are no longer legally bound to administer anything nor legally bound not to increase public debt. 90% of all public projects in the USA are dependant on a loan and are required to insure that loan (which is why AIC had so much business). If your town/county/state has a poor credit rating, you will have no public programs. Instead of letting local municipalities suffer, the US government stepped in (1937) to "fix" the problem. Does it take another great depression to show people how that doesn't work?
Shaq Diesel: This is really helpful... Thanks...
1trucavalier: This video here walks you through all the steps I just added a twist. If you are not sure how to strip down an engine without instructions I am not sure if you should be tackling this. I have been doing this for 20 years and i still cursed profusely at what the engineers were thinking with this car.
stangTcode T: i had CODE PO340 Crank Angle Position Sensor (Fault )
1/ i would cut the wires & either fish thru the new connection from other side of motor where it connects into OR 2/ cut wires ample above old & new sensor & use 2 BLUE female & male crimp terminals either into existing old wire connector or new wire if could fish it thru
then all done
Brian Geffre: My mechanic tried to replace the sensor and the plate that runs on the shaft. When he started the engine, it destroyed the plate. They tried a second one and it did the same thing. Is there something that would go out of position on the crankshaft that would just show up. They told me that the bearing are worn out and allow the shaft to shift about 1/8 inch. Does this happen?
Kida001: Can just the wire go bad? I had my sensor replaced once already. I could replace the sensor again but the wire is frayed on the top end. Hyundai is giving me a hard time about fixing it. I have an 02 Sonata.
deepsquat600: I would have just spliced the wire ..cut it and check for continuity up to the plug at the top of engine ..splice and seal it up
Chris Hauschild: Thanks for the video. Regards Chris
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