Po170 and Po173

Asked by May 17, 2016 at 08:58 PM about the 2005 Hyundai Tiburon SE FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car is running those codes stalls for a
couple seconds on cold start and has
hesitation in the throttle after its done
stalling car also idles poorly things I've
replace/checked... Brought to Hyundai
twice and found no vacuum leaks they
don't know what's wrong replaced so far
(iac, maf, tps, purge valve, spark plugs,
fuel pump and filters, lower and upper
intake gaskets) have treated vacuum lines
with seafoam threw the break booster line
as advised by Hyundai any help is greatly
appreciated. I only have 2 months left on
inspection had the car for 10 months still
owe 4500 I love the car would hate to see
it get crushed or traded in

3 Answers


Have you tried replacing crank shaft sensor?

It's on the list :) I'll try it


Mine was acting similar thought it was a fuel problem. Had my car scanned came up crank shaft sensor. Not sure what code that was... The part is around 50$ it is kinda hard to get in right but it can be done yourself!!

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