Having problems with your 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe ?

Codes p0300 and p0720

\015 Just purchased this hyundai sante fe 2001 a month ago. anyone have any idea what these codes mean and what i need to do to correct them?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-04-2018

Answers :

P0720 Output shaft speed (OSS) sensor �C circuit malfunction Wiring, OSS sensor, ECM/TCM
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\015\012probably have shifting issues too the p0300 is a random misfire check spark plugs
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The P0300 is down to a cylinder misfire, usually it will have a number like 0302 where the 2 would mean the misfire is in number 2 cylinder. When were the plugs and wires last changed? what milage is on the vehicle?\015\012
\015\012P0720 is the output shaft speed sensor seems to be more of a common problem on the older hyundai's, is the gear change smooth or erratic? has it ever locked itself into gear? if you clear these codes how quickly do they come back?\015\012
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