The Hyundai Elantra was first released in 1990. The Elantra is still being produced today. Hyundai is a Korean car manufacturer and another model produced by them is the Hyundai Accent.
by driving my car the hyundai elantra 01 stall out and i replaced spark plugs , cam sensor crank shaft position sensor and still not ignighte
A 2005 Hyundai Elantra with less than 100,000 miles is still eligible for coverage under the manufacturer's warranty. Transmission slip could be any number of things, but the cheapest fix is to ensure the proper transmission fluid is being used. If the recommended fluid is being used, then the best solution is to take it to the dealership and request a warranty repair.
You will have to remove the transmission pan, and then the valve body. The solenoid back is under all that. The valve body has about 17 bolts holding it in. This can all be done with the transmission in the car still, but I suggest doing it on a lift. You will have to remove the transmission pan, and then the valve body. The solenoid back is under all that. The valve body has about 17 bolts holding it in. This can all be done with the transmission in the car still, but I suggest doing it on a lift.
Sixteen bolts. The bolts are simple to remove. I took out those bolts a couple hours ago and my tyanny pan is still hanging and I cant get it off. :( This has been a nightmare.....now i understand why meineke took an hour and a half to replace the filter.
In the 03 its to the right of the stering wheel behind the little flip box, but mine is still messed up had no fuse problems. No idea whaat to try next
Sit in the driver's seat as if you were driving. Tilt your left foot 45º toward the driver's door, with the heel still touching the floor. Lift your left foot until it hits something. You have kicked the engine management computer. Directly to the right of it, if the car has an automatic transmission, you will find the transmission computer. In this picture, the bundle of colored wires on the left is the ECM harness. http://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q377/StockersPics/clutchbrakepedalinterferenc.jpg
Hi, I have seen a device on the skymall catalog on the airlines. I have thought about buying it, however it costs 60.00. Still if it works as advertised you still have to change the oil filter as well. An oil change is cheap anyway.
You will have to pull out the motor and separate the transmission and the engine. There should be 3 or 4 bolts on it that you will have to remove to pull it off. I would use a open ended box wrench on the bolts.
Yes, it does! You need to drain the fluid, remove the 15 screws on the transmission pan (be careful, it will still have fluid even after the draining) in order to get to the filter. The filter is rectangular shaped and can be easily removed by taking out 3 bolts. Note the location of the bolts as they have different lengths!!
Hyundai genuine ATF Sp III can work as well as the diamond ATF sp III. It is possible to substitute the two transmission fluids and still maintain good car performance.
on the drivers side of the engine. you need to remove air box then the hose that connects to thermostat. Still stumped? run your car until its at running temp. Then carefully touch radiator hoses. follow the colder hose to the engine and your there.
If you changed the right one the one before the converter then it should go off but you must erase it from the OBD yourself using a scan tool or taking it to somebody.
Well, I'm driving a '96 Elantra, and it's still going strong. It's not perfect, but after thirteen years in Minnesota's climate, what car will be?
You can turn engine by crank bolt to get at them 1x1, but you will still have to remove trans to get it out. Once trans is off, it's a little easier.
You'll notice your Hyundai xg300 doesn't have a tensioner. There are adjusting bolts on the power steering pump and I think on the alternator (might be on the ac compressor). Just turn the bolts righty tighty till the belt is tightened. Be sure to leave a little slack because they shouldn't be so tight you can't move the belt. Like if you push on the belt, you should be able to move it about a half inch or so. If they still squeak, then you may need to replace the belt.
Yes - The Corolla has a 4-speed transmission. Toyota has stated that as the 4-speed is very reliable and the mileage from the car is still very competitive they saw no need to change the transmission. Toyota fuel economy still very good. Hyundai seems have more frequent service intervals for the cars. i had a 2003 Corolla that went over 150k with no major issues and now have a 2010 Corolla LE which is running very well. The 2010 is pretty quiet even if not having all the latest technology updates. Wife has a 2007 RAV 4 with 50k which has also had no issues to date. If you maintain a Toyota it will usually serve you well though would never describe my cars as exciting. Never had a Hyundai but seem to be producing great cars now. Waiting to see the long term outlook on build quality of the current Sonatas and Elantras as they reach 100k. There is a reason why Toyota has sold so many Corollas - reliability.
jack up car to make access to transmission pan, loosen bolts on pan(do not take bolts out). loosen front pan bolts as to let the fluid drain out. when fluid is drained out into a suitable pan, remove all bolts that hold pan, the original gasket can be reused that has steel inserts in bolt holes if it is still in good shape. once filter is removed (just pull it out of sleeve). pry old sleeve out, be careful not to damage block. put in new sleeve to hold filter in place install new filter. replace pan and bolts. do all bolts hand tight. then go and torque all bolts to 108 in lbs or 9 ft lbs.working around pan. when you get a transmission filter most parts places give a rubber gasket, do not use this for you will bend pan if torqeing to 9 ft lbs, I did that and had to get another pan and gasket, the original gasket has steel inserts at bolt holes. refill transmission fluid approx 7.5 quarts. check for leaks.
The better question is what is leaking transmission fluid?
yes the transmission will still operate correctly
If the belts are new and tight then one of the driven accessories is having bearing trouble, try to track it down by listening to where the noise is coming from and then with the belt off turn the pulley checking for resistance or side to side play.
The total fill capacity for a 2003 Hyundai Tiburon is 8.2 quarts (including the fluid inside the torque converter). However for just a drain/fluid change, it will probably require about half that amount. If you still have the owner's manual, that would be a good place to look. The fluid capacities should be listed. If not, try calling the parts or service department of your local Hyundai dealer.
The powertrain control module needs to have code cleared or reprogramed to replacement transmission
Yes..hmaservice.com is the Hyundai factory service web site..you will need to register and receive a passoword but it is free
assuming the a/c kit is still available from Hyundai $1200 for the parts and about $800 for labor