obtain the belt tension removal tool. cheap at the parts store, get the new belt. use only the same type of belt. draw out the path of the belt if you don't have it already. Use the tool on the tensioner pulley. and rotate it. This will release the pressure on the belt and it is pretty easy to remove it then. If you are not sure about the location of the pulley ask the parts people to show you. recap. use the tool. make the diagram, replace the belt. This usually done for a worn or sqelling belt. If the problem returns, the problem may be the tensioner. The belts under normal useage should last about 50,ooo miles. hope it helps. duboff i hate to bust your bubble but they do not have automatic belt tensioners.
If your that stupid you don't need to be driving
The 1996 Hyundai Accent OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash next to kick panel
According to my research, A MANUAL transmission 1996 Hyundai Accent weighs 2105 pounds which comes out to 1.0525 tons... An AUTOMATIC transmission 1996 Hyundai Accent weighs 2167 pounds which comes out to 1.0835 tons.
A 1996 Hyundai Accent will use approximately 5 quarts of oil. The oil can be purchased at any auto parts store.
it is under rear seats
I had the same problem with a Hyundai Accent 1996. You need to disconnect the speedometer inside the front hood.
its only a small engine??
YOU MIGHT LOOK AT HMASERVICE.COM, ITS A HYUNDAI WEB SITE WITH LOTS OF TECH INFO
4.2 quarts atfplus4
yes, they do
The fuel filter on a 1996 Hyundai accent is located towards the rear of the motor. It is against the firewall. Just look toward the back of the engine and down and you will see it there.It looks like a small canister.
In the front fuse Box near the Air filter
near trottle body
Mine was reset when the radio says "code" by entering 2456 on radio channels
0.039 TO0.043 IN OR 1.0 TO1.1 MM ( SPARK PLUG GAP FROM BOOK SPECS)
posiable a bad fuel sending unit.
The mojority of fuel injected vehicles have the fuel pump in the fuel tank.
firing order = 1-3-4-2
Try turning down the good intake. The moral adjuster unit may not be compensating properly.
Crank Angle Sensor (location)i own a 98 Hyundai accent and the crankshaft position sensor is located just underneath the far right spark plug if your looking from the front of the car,about 5"-8". hope this helps.