you need a slide hammer since the rotor is attached to the hub, which is pressed into the wheel bearing. I don't recommend even thinking about trying this! Even if you do get the hub out of the bearing, you will probably damage the wheel bearing when you try to put it back in. I have a 98 Elantra, and please take my advice. GET RID OF IT!!!
what kind of freon does Hyundai elantra take?
what kind of oil does a automatic '99 hyundai elantra take?
Take it to the dealer... :) Seriously. I had a 1998 elantra, and I believe up until 1999 they used what are called "captive" rotors. Basically meaning you have to disassemble the hub in order to remove the rotor. It's a royal PITA and I would highly recommend it not be attempted without thorough instructions.
The 2001 Elantra take 4.5 qts with filter change
A 2001 Hyundai Elantra takes 10W 30 oil. The Hyundai will take approximately 4.2 quarts of oil. The oil can be purchased at any auto parts store.
Take off the hoses!
All I needed to do was remove the caliper, two screws and apply a little heat around the hub and knock it off with a rubber mallet.
take the old one out and put the new one in.
I have 180,000 on my 2003 Elantra GLS. Runs like a top!
Take out your ashtray and look for the C/light it is number 18, a 15 amp. http://www.justanswer.com/car/28tg7-2002-hyundai-elantra-cigarette-lighter-does-not-work.html
Gas capacity should be 14 gallons.
Take the old one out and put a new one in.
take it to autozone and they'll tell you fro free
No, it is illegal to remove a converter and carries a hefty fine.
No the check engine light will not come on
According to the owners manual it takes 4.23 quarts
Pop off panel, take old speakers out and install new ones
Generally Elantra's take an international battery type. I'd try Sears or Advance or Autozone, some place like that.
Two hours if you have never done it before. 30 minutes if you are quick.
Maybe take a look at "SLD (Speed Limit Defencer)" by HKS
I would say the best way to compare Hyundai elantra prices would be to go to a dealership and take a tour of all the cars and get prices for each one individually. That way you can view all vehicles and the prices of each one.
The computer has detected a problem with the emissions system. Take it to a professional.
Mine can. If you have kept up with routine maintenance, yours should be able to as well. If you take good care of it, a Hyundai Elantra is good for as many as 300,000 miles or more.Stocker @ http://www.rdtiburon.com/David @ http://votefordavid.blogspot.com
Take it to a mechanic