I'm in the process of doing this in my '04 Elantra too...
diagrams/basic instructions can be found at: http://www.hmaservice.com/webtech/default.asp --click on the "Shop" tab, enter your car model and year, go to "Body (Interior and Exterior)", then to "Console & Interior Trim", then "Audio System", and "Removal and Installation"
Basically, you remove the 4 philip's head screws holding the instrument panel in ( two above the steering wheel area, and two are hidden in the ash tray, so you have to remove it). Then you GENTLY pry the whole panel loose, because it is held in place by several clips all around. If you use a screw driver, cover it in tape so you don't damage the plastic. (BTW, it's a good idea to disconnect the battery before going any further.)
Then you have to unplug all the attached connectors so you can remove the panel entirely.
Then you unscrew the stereo mount (6 screws), pull it out, and unplug the two connectors.
At this point, you need a wire harness and mount kit to install an after market stereo. This is the part I'm at right now. From what I can tell, the ones that work on the '02 Elantra should also work on '04, but I haven't verified that for sure yet.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
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you need to pop out the frame and unscrew the radio. You will need a wiring harness for an after market stereo.
Try hmaservice dot com.
You match the yellow with the yellow the red with the red and so on...
there's no such thing as a Hyundai ''lantra'', its elantra If it's the same as Elantra try modifiedlife.com. They got free wiring diagrams for many makes and models. Sorry. There is a Lantra. It was released in Australia by Hyundai during the late 90s. There is a sedan and a sports wagon.
Remove the retaining cover from your factory stereo. Remove the factory stereo retaining bolts. Slide the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the factory stereo.
Try this site. I got the one for my 1998 Elantra and well as the alarm diagram. It was free and basically: click on Car Stereo Wiring Diagrams near the upper left of the page, click on Hyundai where all the makes are and then look to the right for the car you want. www.modifiedlife.com
Call Crutchfield. They have the installation kit, diagrams and instructions.
The stereo can be removed from a Hyundai Excel by first removing the stereo front cover. Remove the retaining screws. Pull the stereo out and remove the wiring.
Your car should have came with a card that has the code. Look in the manual and in and on the glove compartment for the code. If it is not there you will have to have the serial number from the stereo and call the dealer for the code.
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(Q) Is this to upgrade the factory radio/stereo? If Yes, I was in the same position. And I went and purchased the stereo first. The dealership offered kits, and they ask make/model and year of the car. I was able to choose from two different kits, that basically handle the wire-mapping of the 2000 elantra, automagically. I got my new stereo installed, and have been happy with it ever since. Hope that helps.
take the ashtray out, and pull out the dashboard, be carefull not to brake the plastic clips. There are 5 screws in the dashboard, remove them, you may have to turn the car on and move the stick shift out of the way, use the emergency brake while doing this. It's not easy, you may need a second set of hands but I did it twice, the first time my car got broken into and thru the window they stole my off market stereo, now i take to cover off when I park in the city.
You need to switch off the stereo and then you can use the buttons next to the clock to change the time. this also changes the time on the stereo.
In my 1995 Metro there is no clock, other than the one that is in the stereo. If the stereo is bad, just replace it. You will need a new stereo, a wiring harness if you don't want to hack up the old factory harness, and a install kit to make the stereo fit in the hole if the old stereo is factory. Then just follow instructions included with these parts.
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there is a wiring diagram on top of the stereo. you will see it as soon as the stereo is removed