Engine turns off

Asked by Jan 16, 2017 at 08:20 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Tucson Limited 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 06 Hyundai Tucson goes off on me sometimes
when I turn my steering wheel?

2 Answers

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A bad electrical connection or chaffed wire insulation in the steering column is my guess.

I have tucson 2005 GLS v6. I have same issue as yours. it stalls at low speed. if you keep pressing gas paddle it wont stall. being said put in neutral/park and press gass paddle to keep more than 3000 rpm. i brought to canadian tire. paid $400 with no solution . they said there is no code. may need mass air control sensor. they cleaned throttle . i took it to local mechanic with a hope after. he said it may need a new battery. he installed new battery and cleaned headlights for no reason. he charged me 300 dollars. finally i went to the dealer. they said it needs crank sensor . they changed for 325. stalled again. again dealer said need tps sensor. changed for 195. then idle air control $175. bought mass air sensor $124. still stall spent over 1500. bought code reader, current reader.no luck. now throwing it in scrap yard. no one one the problem. everyone has different view. it doesnt worth spending more on this car. no one want to buy this scrap even for $500. such a waste of time and money

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