diagnostic trouble codes

my tool came up with this code p0115 the book says one thing and the cd i loaded says another its a 2001 sonata with 2.4 can another help me with this

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P0115 is a trouble code for the coolant temperature sensor. A scan tool which reads engine data will be a great help in determining whether the sensor or some other component is the issue. Typically, the problem is the sensor.
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"hyundaitech2" wrote: > P0115 is a trouble code for the coolant temperature sensor. A > scan tool > which reads engine data will be a great help in determining > whether the > sensor or some other component is the issue. Typically, the > problem is > the sensor.
My code reader gave me a code of P0444 or P044. What is this code? It is a 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.7
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bobny472004 wrote:

I've got code readers on the brain. Please tell us what code reader you're using. I'd like to know your experiences with it, too.
Please give more information in your posts (and make sure to write clearly -- use punctuation, capital letters, etc.; I cannot make out what you are trying to say). For example, we need to know why there's a discrepancy. What kind of car do you have? Why is the CD giving you an answer you think is false?
FYI: the Hyundai codes are all defined on the Hyundai technical web pages (sorry, I don't have the link handy, but I'm sure someone else here will provide it for you).
My experience with two consumer code readers so far is that they vary in "friendliness." In fact, when it comes to Hyundais, I would rather that the tool is not provided with pre-progammed code explanations, but rather just displays the code designation for me to look up. I don't trust that the definition provided by the manufacturer of the code reader is accurate, but I do trust that Hyundai knows the meanings of their own codes. I recently returned a code reader from AutoXray because the user interface was so klutzy and inhuman that every time I turned it on, the thing made me angry. Part of my reaction was due to the frequency of messages that said, in effect, "We know that there's a problem here, but we're not going to tell you what it is unless you send us money for an upgrade." I sense a certain amount of what amounts to extortion going on in this business.
Richard
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