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How do you change the factory stereo in a 2000 Hyundai Elantra GXE?


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2011-10-20 16:30:08
2011-10-20 16:30:08

Got this hint on another board and its answers all your questions!

Goto www.hmaservice.com (Hyundai webtech 2000) Set the Model Year and engine drop-downs on the top of the page and then click Search on the far right. Try entering the search kewords "dashboard", "interior" and/or "radio" (leave all items as the default values)

["dashboard" worked for my 2004 Elantra, and "radio" for my 2000 Elantra]

You should get a "Removal" or "Instruction" document that you can click on. This contains all the details of removing the dash assembly and radio.

Enjoy!

I went to the website and this is what you get although the pics didn't seem to work here. I ran into some snags where there was not nearly enough info and so I added a bit between steps three and four.

>ELANTRA(RD) > 2000 > Engine > Engine Control > Body Electrical System > Audio & Antenna > Antenna > REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION >

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

AUDIO

1.

Disconnect the battery negative terminal.

2.

Remove the shift lever boot and the rheostat assembly using a (-) driver.

3.

Remove the center facia panel's 2 mounting screws. (2EA)

At this point it is going to tell you to pull off the facia panel. You will want to

get down and unscrew the heater control cable down near the gas pedal.

There are two screws holding it in place. One is holding the cable casing

and the other is holding a white piece that swivels attached to the cable.

Once these are free the facia piece should come free. If you do not do this you'll only have about a half inch of play and will probably break a clip yanking on stuff. You can do the rest without removing

all of the wire assemblies attached to the facia panel it is a little in the way

but manageable.

4.

Disconnect the heater control cable and connectors (6EA), and then remove the center facia panel.

5.

Remove the audio mounting screws (4EA) and remove the audio.

6.

Installation is the reverse order of removal procedure.

ANTENNA

1.

Disconnect the battery negative terminal.

2.

Remove the LH luggage side trim.

3.

Remove the antenna mounting nut and insulator.

4.

Remove the antenna mounting nuts (2EA).

5.

After removal of the antenna cable and connector, remove the antenna assembly.

6.

Installation is the reverse order of removal procedure.

FRONT SPEAKER

1.

Remove the inside handle mounting screw, and then separate the inside handle assembly from the door latch mechanism by removing the handle's plastic hook.

2.

Unscrew the door trim mounting screws and detach fastener. Remove the door trim.

3.

Remove the speaker mounting screws (3EA), and then remove the speaker assembly.

4.

Installation is the reverse order of removal procedure.

REAR SPEAKER (FOR SEDAN)

1.

Remove the rear seat cushion.

2.

Remove the rear seat side back.

3.

Remove the rear seat belt lower mounting bolt.

4.

Remove the high mounted stop lamp.

5.

Remove the rear partition trim and the package tray trim.

6.

After removing the speaker mounting screws (4EA), remove the speaker assembly.

REAR SPEAKER (FOR WAGON)

1.

Remove the rear cargo security screen and the speaker grill

2.

After removing the speaker mounting screws (4EA), remove the speaker assembly.

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