Remove the inside panel from your Hyundai rear door. The wiper motor mechanism will be visible. Remove the wiper motor linkage. Remove the wiper motor wiring harness. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new rear wiper motor.
I am working on the same problem in a 1999 Elantra Wagon, and have read that it could be the crank sensor. Hope this helps. here are a couple of possiblities: bad crank sensor, broken or jumped timing belt, bad fuel pump, bad cam sensor. Answer was this the only problem or was the transmission not shifting before too?
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