How to reset ETB (Electrical Throttle Body) of Elantra 2015 without computer ;)

Asked by Sep 10, 2017 at 07:08 AM about the 2015 Hyundai Elantra GLS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have Hyundai Elantra 2015 ODO 227000km
the iuss is when I stop car on single my car make vibration with A/C on.
with A/C off my car stay very silent on stop and no vibration.
Any one can help?:)

5 Answers

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Most 4 cylinder cars vibrate a little at idle with a/c on. It is normal. To reset the cars computer you can remove the negative car battery wire for 15 seconds, then reattach it. If your throttle body sensor is bad it will die at idle or run to fast or surge high and low on the rpm's

hi guru by removing negative wire. its done before. but don't see any change. I cant check the sensor coz it's Electrical Throttle Body. The vibration is not normal coz I can feel on drive set and even cup of coffee i cant put on cup holder. Tested already by computer. there no fault found in ECU or ECM. I'm tried to find problem even Hyundai dealer in KSA do nothing. if anyone can help?plzz

160

If you step on the gas a little to bring up the rpm's ,will the shaking go away? If so i don't think there is anything more someone can do without a fault code.

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Just clean the throttle... good luck

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Hello my friend did you find the problem because I have same .. thanks in advance

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