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#1 Old 04-12-2008, 09:56 AM
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My check engine light is on and decided to do a scan on it. The scanner put out A P1401 code (Diagnostic module tank leakage). Does anyone know what this code means, and how I can fix this problem?
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P1401 DM-TL Pump Motor Current - Current too high or too low
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P1401, P1402, P1403 codes are electrical codes. These codes indicate that electrical system diagnosis should be performedrelated to the appropriate DTC. These DTC codes are not relatedto system leaks. These codes should be diagnosed using the Hyundai2000 Accent Electrical Troubleshooting Manual.

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Thanks for the response JOeFrO..

I guess certain scanners read differently than others. I will check the 2000 hyundai electrical manual. I guess the only way I can get that manual is at the dealer.
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probably, i got that info off of hmaservice.com

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I can get a diagnostic flow chart for that code for you tomorrow at work. I'll post it tomorrow night.

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