Engine For 2006 Hyundai Elantra
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The engine for the 2006 Hyundai Elantra is a reliable and efficient powertrain that offers impressive performance for this compact sedan. This engine option for the Elantra is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder DOHC (Double Overhead Camshaft) engine.
One of the notable features of the engine is its fuel efficiency. It is designed to deliver a balance between power and fuel economy, making it a great choice for daily commuting and long drives. The engine’s fuel efficiency is further enhanced by features such as an electronic throttle control system that optimizes fuel usage.
Another notable feature is the engine’s power output. With 140 horsepower and 135 lb-ft of torque, the engine provides ample power for the Elantra’s size, giving it a quick and responsive acceleration. This enables smooth merging onto highways and effortless
Product Description for Engine For 2006 Hyundai Elantra
(as of Nov 11,2023 10:08:54 UTC – Details)
All vehicle applications that use camshaft and/or crankshaft position sensors
Provider of camshaft and crankshaft products to the worldwide OEM market and aftermarket.
SCHNECKE offers complete camshaft and crankshaft coverage for Asian, Domestic and European vehicles,
Top brand awareness and unsurpassed quality.
SENSORS: HOW A VEHICLE THINKS
Over the span of a single mile of high-speed operation, a modern passenger vehicle will make millions of “decisions” affecting engine performance and emissions. These decisions are based on data provided by dozens of sensors tied into the vehicle’s onboard computer systems, which control everything from the amount of the air/fuel mix being fed into the combustion chamber to the deployment of the anti-lock braking system (ABS).
Sensors play integral roles not only in ensuring satisfactory fuel efficiency and emissions, but also protecting the safety of the driver and passengers. And yet many of these sensors operate in hostile conditions involving extreme temperatures, vibration and nearly constant exposure to environmental contaminants.
Selecting a replacement sensor demands attention to quality and performance. The replacement must fit, perform and last at least as well as the original. In some cases, a leading manufacturer such as SCHNECKE offers a “better-than-original equipment” alternative that provides OE fit and form combined with a variety of enhancements that address complaints and failures associated with the original component.
SCHNECKE is one of the world’s leading suppliers of replacement sensors and other vehicle electronics for virtually all vehicle nameplates. Unlike many other manufacturers, however, SCHNECKE doesn’t strive simply to mirror OE fit, form and function; the company’s technical services and engineering teams work hand-in-hand to identify problematic applications that demand better-than-original equipment technologies.
2001-2012 Hyundai Elantra L4 2.0L
2010-2011 Kia Soul L4 2.0L
2004-2009 Kia Spectra L4 2.0L
2005-2009 Kia Spectra5 L4 2.0L
2005-2010 Kia Sportage L4 2.0L
2003-2008 Hyundai Tiburon L4 2.0L
2005-2009 Hyundai Tucson L4 2.0L
CAUSE FOR REPLACEMENT
Check engine lamp illumination
Hard start/extended cranking time
Failed emissions test
Located in the cylinder head, valve cover or timing cover
The engine camshaft sensor determines the exact position and speed of the camshaft(s) to ensure proper timing of fuel injection and ignition as well as VVT operation
Camshaft and crankshaft position sensors identify the exact position of the camshaft and crankshaft during rotation to the powertrain control module (PCM). A camshaft or crankshaft sensor problem can cause many different drivability issues from a misfire to an engine no-start. The mechanical camshaft to crankshaft timing is maintained by a timing chain or belt to the cogs of the drive gears. If the mechanical cam to crank timing is misaligned for any reason a trouble code will set causing possible confusion during the diagnostic process. The mechanical timing could be off, yet the engine will run. Before replacing a sensor be certain the mechanical condition of the motor is in check.
Camshaft and crankshaft sensor signals must be synchronized to prevent a trouble code condition. Many vehicle applications require the sensors to be synchronized or relearned whenever a sensor is replaced, or the timing chain or belt are serviced. The service manual for your specific vehicle will provide information if this process needs to be performed. In some cases, this process may require the use of a full function scan tool as most code readers do not have the capability to perform this task.
If the relearn procedure is not performed when needed, the PCM does not see the two sensors in time together and will set a diagnostic trouble code indicating the fault. Not performing this procedure may also create drivability concerns such as the computer detecting misfires that are not really occurring. This trouble code condition does not mean a part has failed or installed incorrectly, or that the engine is out of time, the trouble code is simply set to acknowledge a complete repair was not made and the code set criteria will not be eliminated until the relearn or synchronization process is completed
After a thorough diagnosis to ensure that a camshaft or crankshaft position sensor are in fact the direct cause of the drivability or no-start condition, refer to the applicable service manual to aid in replacement of the sensor. Follow the correct installation process so that no damage will occur to any component during installation.
For addition support contact the SCHNECKE technical services team for assistance.
Crossreference with OEM Number 1800334, 3918023500, 3918023910, SU5876
Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that SCHNECKE Cam & Crank Position Sensor meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace. Every unit is designed to OE fit, form and function requirements accomplished by leveraging SCHNECKE’s OE expertise
SCHNECKE offers complete Cam & Crank Position Sensor coverage for Asian, Domestic and European vehicles, top brand awareness and unsurpassed quality
SCHNECKE warrants its Cam & Crank Position Sensor for a period of One years from the date of purchase. Within this period, we will replace any Cam & Crank Position Sensor shown to be defective in material or workmanship.Designed to provide a perfect fit for a hassle free installation, this reliable product can help you get you vehicle back on the road faster and easier.
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