This morning I drove my 2004 Tiburon - 4 cyl, 5-speed with less than 4000
miles - to the golf course. Everything was fine. After finishing the round,
I started the car and it almost immediately died. I re-cranked and after
about 5 seconds, the engine "spit" and it started. On the way home, the
engine would not go above 3000 RPM, whether in gear or in neutral. After
about 5 minutes of driving, the Check Engine light came on.
I went directly to the dealer's service department, without shutting the
The service took about 2 hours and was covered completely by warrenty.
The scan test codes as reported on the service record were:
P0456 - very small leak
P0499 - Vent VLV SOL CRT
P0335 - CPK Snsr malfunction
The tech wrote: Remove and manually test CCV & PSCV. Could not force
either components to fail. R & R both ccv and pscv. Clear DTC. Test
OK. R & R CKP sensor.
Parts used were:
1 - 28910-22040 Valve - Purge Contr
1 - 31430-29200 Calve - Cannister Cl
1 - 39180-23500 Sensor Crankshaft.
My question is, what could have caused this? Is it something inherently
wrong with my engine? Should I be concerned about it happening again?