othour eddaki: hi Robert, i wonder what is the voltage at connector harness to ignition coils when key ON engine OFF. i found in my 3.7 V is it normal or must be 12V. thanks
TheBenno007: hey Robert, nice video! i too have a Hyundai Tuscon v6 2006 although my problem seems to be misfire on cyl 1 and 6 clear codes and same codes come back also a lean code (p0174), i had no issues with the vehicle until i had the timing belt changed, the mechanic also change high tension leads and plugs, after he replaced cooil pack but still have same problem will check the depth the h/t leads fit into coil pack fingers crossed.
Robert Thomas: Hey guys I thought I would let you know that I went to Denver Colorado in 2012 and 2013 and each time I had the same problem. I get a miss fire code on cylinders 1, 3 & 5. Which are under the intake manifold. I really think that driving from Tulsa OK to Lemon CO (roughly 8 hours) cause a vapor lock in the fuel rail on the back side of the engine. I now believe that was my problem in this video. We are returning home from a long road trip. Perhaps I should replace the fuel pump, it make be weak.
Robert Thomas: No problems with check engine light or misfire as of April 2013
Mike Moretti: very detailed and informative - thanks for taking the time to do it.
V Souza: Has other software more user friendly?
2005 Hyundai Tucson GLS check engine light - misfire5
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