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My flat mate currently has a '00 Hyundai Tiburon, which a few days ago started running really rough and the check engine light came on and started flashing. I scanned it with my OBD reader and it spit out some odd codes. The code read out as P0310 (cylinder 10 misfire), P1700 (TPS failure), P0710 (TFT sensor) and P1B00. Now I realize that the car only has 4 cylinders so I don't know how it's getting the P0310 code and I have never heard of a code like the P1B00. I attached a picture of the code to show it is definitely a "B" and not an 8. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Clearly the codes being displayed on your code reader are incorrect. My advice is get your flat mate to invest $10 or there abouts for an ELM327 dongle and download the Torque app or whatever the Apple equivalent is onto his/her phone. I'm sure the codes that displays will make much more sense.
 

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My flat mate currently has a '00 Hyundai Tiburon, which a few days ago started running really rough and the check engine light came on and started flashing. I scanned it with my OBD reader and it spit out some odd codes. The code read out as P0310 (cylinder 10 misfire), P1700 (TPS failure), P0710 (TFT sensor) and P1B00. Now I realize that the car only has 4 cylinders so I don't know how it's getting the P0310 code and I have never heard of a code like the P1B00. I attached a picture of the code to show it is definitely a "B" and not an 8. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I know this will have been a while ago since you had this problem, but I have a 1998 Hyundai accent and those 4 exact codes came up on my scan as well. I'm 95% sure it's a vacuum leak. What ended up being wrong with yours?
 
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