2005 Hyundai Tucson Q&A
2005 Hyundai Tucson Question: Check Engine Light Diagnosis
My check engine light has been on, I've taken it to 3 different shops and gotten 3 totally different answers, with repairs ranging from $0-$1800. The latest was the actual dealer, who charged me $200 for 2 hours of labor just to tell me that I need to replace both fuel rails, clean all 6 fuel injectors, a tune up and plug wires, ($900 total) and THEN we can look at the cat converter to see if it needs replacing.... Does this sound right?? - MeTexanVT
Nothing is more frustrating than getting answers from three different places -- that do not have commonalities! Without testing the car myself, I could not really tell you what the answer is. My GUT tells me although the tune up, plug wires and injector cleaning are probably great services to perform for your Tucson that will improve performance, they probably do not specifically relate to your problem. I'm not sure why the fuel rails need replaced specifically, but it could be a cause of your issue. Do you have any notes of what codes were in the processor? They should be able and willing to tell you this. - DaveJHM
My check engine light is on, I had a local muffler place diagnose it, (they said codes "B251 and B252") and they said I need 1 new cat converter and all 4 of my O2 sensors replaced. To the tune of ...