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#1 Old 10-13-2004, 05:18 AM
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hai i am loki,

well i have just bought a second hand 1994 sonata! .........welll i am planning to modify the car ...but dont know where to start from ...so if u guys could send me some photos of the cars that u guys modified i would have a idea of what to do ......both exterior and interior .......all ideas would be appreciated ........love and perace to the world ...loki
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The best thing you could do is to start off with a 4G63 replacement.
This is the turbo motor from evo lancers. However, this may be quite expensive if you have not a fair amount of mechanical aptitude.

This would be the best platform to start off from.
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Dear Sir
My car is Sonata model 1994 automatic with 4 cylinder.
I have a problem in THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR (TP SENSOR) adjustment.
I have done the adjustment just like the instructions that is mentioned in the Service manual.
I used a digital voltmeter to measure the voltage between connector 1 and 3.the voltage is 480-520 mV.
I also disconnected the negative connector of the battery for 30 seconds.But it didn’t work and the car is not idling well now.
I have RPM fluctuation while idling.in Idling mode the RPM is about 1100.

I would greatly appreciate if you help me about this case and tell me the correct way for TP SENSOR adjustment.
Best regards.
Arash Pourakbar
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