I have a 2006 hyundai Sonata. I had the input and output tranmission senor replace but the check engine light keeps coming on. The car jerks when I put my foot on the gas to try to go.


Asked by kspenrice Nov 06, 2014 at 06:19 PM about the Hyundai Sonata

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have had the water pump replaced and the oils changed.  When I put my foot on the gas
it seems like it don't want to go.  I have had the input and output transmission sensor
replaced twice.  I really don't know what to do any more.  Can someone please help.

9 Answers


May be bad tranny if you have replaced sensor,or if tranny change,s out ok ,,gear wise,then may want to check the fuel filter and fuel pump.

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I had the sending unit and the fuel pump replaced and filter about 3 weeks ago. I had ac compressor replace, water pump, a belt replaced also.

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Have you had the timing belt replaced?And or timing checked?


If car has jerking as you say,and this much work done to it,i think you may need to check for loose wire,s to sensor,s and check for vacume leak,s,,,


And the engine light being on,have it scanned,should show the problem,but my money, is on loose wire or vacume as stated above.


I will have it check out. thank you so much


You need to call Hyundai Corporate offices, same thing happened to my daughter and there is an engine defect in the years starting 2011 to the present.


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