My daughters car started losing speed and acceleration. Check engine light came on. She had it towed home. I checked with a scanner and it displays the following codes: P1151, P1191, P1193, and P1151 again. P1151 says Accel Position Sensor, but I can't find any information on one for purchase. I can find throttle position sensors, (they all have 4 pins) but this unit attached to the end of the accelerator cable has 8 pins. (Located under hood mounted on the passengers side wheel well facing the rear of the car) Is this the correct sensor and where can I get one?
What is the part number/description for the Accel. Position Sensor? on 2002 Hyundai XG350
by 70 SuperBee in Chesapeake, VA on January 05, 2012
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ANSWER by mastertech6371 on January 05, 2012
the fly by wire system has 2 components. the throttle body which houses the 2 motors and the pedal sensor which contains the module for the control. replacing them both is around 800-900 just for the parts. Roy
Thank you for the response. Whew, mighty proud of their stuff aren't they? I'm going to have to look a bit deeper to narrow it down. Still looking for part numbers for the pedal sensor.
ANSWER by patrick mannion on January 05, 2012
Not sure how far back their information goes back but Hyundai as a car manufacturer put a lot of free technical information and workshop manuals on line for Hyundai owners. Check out www.hmaservice.com lots of great information.
Thank you for the link. I'll look around there and see what I can find. I looked briefly at the site, and a wealth of info there. Great tip.