I am in the same situation and yet do not know, but I did a first easy call toservice department, and they were very nice and told me some. I plan on calling them again or even going by their place. You should do the same.
My 2000 elantra (rear power window) has ~6 screws:
1 -- in door latch pocket 1 -- in arm rest pocket under rubber gromet 2 -- in upper forward edge of door panel 2 -- in upper back edge of door panel
it also has ~5 captured plastic snaps along the bottom. these are the typical press-in but have a flat head that is captured in little plastic fork brackets that are glued onto the backside of the door panel.
remove all the screws carefully remove the plastic snaps from the door body(I used a door panel tool, a flat fork like tool) (I damaged one snap and one catpuring bracket also came off) (Dealership suggested door panel snap brackets can disengage from the snaps via sliding, but upon panel removal, I don't see how it is possible, I think snaps are intended as sacrificial items.)
wobble door panel loose until you can access door latch rods on interior door handle. I think there was excess black sealant keeping the door panel well attached to the door frame; It tore the vapor barrier some, no big deal I think... (Maybe the vapor barrier is captured around the latch assembly, not sure)
Once door panel is mostly loose, There are pink plastic clevis's that rotate off the latch rods to free the rods from the interior door handle.
disconnect the electrical up/down window switch (from the arm-rest portion) from the regulator motor...
I face replacing the power window regulator... I understand that the bracket on the lower window edge unbolts to the regulator carraige, then the window removes upwards. (I don't expect to remove the window but to wedge it in place while removing the regulator.... we'll see)
unbolting the regulator/motor assembly from the door frame, it is supposed? to be removed out the bottom?
The lift cable on mine has clearly failed and wrapped around the motor/capstan and is severely kinked... (loose lift cable end is flopping around)
My regulator has two lift cables that enter on the top of the regulator, some regulators have one cable on the top and one cable on the bottom
In regards to the door handle/locking mechanism area. My car is a 1999 I think, but there is a good chance they are the same. I had to slide the door handle assembly inward (towards the car as the door is open) while putting a flathead screwdriver under the inner side to sort of pop it up slightly. Then when I hit it inwards (to slide it) it popped right out (after removing the screw of course) and then I could access the door latch and locking mechanism rods.
The cost to repair a timing belt on a Hyundai Elantra will vary depending on the parts and labor. Prices for the timing belt start at $40.00.
Yes, there is an engine diagram for a 2003 Hyundai Elantra. It is found in the car maintenance manual and in its repair manual.
replace it..It should screw right in with a wrench.
By taking it to a professional for repair. This is not a DIY repair.By taking it to a professional for repair. This is not a DIY repair.
To repair a hood latch cable on a 2003 Hyundai Elantra, you have to take it to your local mechanic or dealership. The hood latch cable should only be reconnected with an experienced hand. While you can use wrenches and screwdrivers, the latch cable may come loose again.
$200 if you have it done$100 or less, if you DIYStocker @ rdtiburon.comDavid @ votefordavid.blogspot.com
get time machine out of garage, travel to the year 2055, get in car, and take it to the dealer.
how do i repair theback door handle
All depends on how well it's taken care of, and to what extent your willingness to maintain and repair the vehicles goes.
Because there is a fault in, or reported, by the monitoring system (computer) in the car and it needs to be serviced to find and or repair the problem.
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You can cut the ends off of the wires and replace them with aftermarket ends. Check at your local parts store.
You will need to remove the door panels, and look up in the door at the handle you will see two nuts that hold the handle and a plastic clip on a rod, remove those and replace handle.
It probably has rivets- drill the rivets out- but you may find there is nothing to repair inside. Get another one either from the dealer, or salvage yard.
Remove the interior panel by unscrewing door handle. The window can be wedged into the "up" position from underneath by introducing a piece of 1X3 lumber cut to the correct length and grooved across both ends. It is probably not worth while to pay for the proper repair on an old Excel.
remove the door panel. The door handle is fastened with two 10mm nuts. just unscrew those and if has a lock, remove the linkage clip from the lock to be able to remove the door handle. Installation is in reverse order. I just replaced mine today.
A 2005 Hyundai Elantra with less than 100,000 miles is still eligible for coverage under the manufacturer's warranty. Transmission slip could be any number of things, but the cheapest fix is to ensure the proper transmission fluid is being used. If the recommended fluid is being used, then the best solution is to take it to the dealership and request a warranty repair.
Door Panels Removal & Installation 1. Remove the sail panel (Front Doors Only). 2. Remove the door panel by carefully lifting the panel upward to release the retaining clips. 3. Remove the electrical plugs that control the windows, exc. 4. Repair handleThe installation is the reverse of the removal.
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
or Here 2000-2005 www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/102815386-hyundai-accent-2000-2005-service-repair-manual 2006-08 here. www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/9055713-hyundai-accent-2006-2008-service-repair-manual
You can get one here. www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/127825290-1995-2005-hyundai-sonata-repair-service-manual
repair or replace fuel filter on a 2001 Hyundai sonata
Remove door panel for access and investigation
You must replace the handle, they are made of plastic. For the inner- remove both screws in the door panel[in the grab handle] remove the trim from the door handle. Remove window crank and with proper tool remove door panel. Tool is cheap. With panel off, there will be one rivet holding old door handle in place. Drill out rivet [ 3/16 ] and slide whole door handle assembly forward. Carefully remove door and lock rods and reverse the process to assemble. Outer- One bolt is behind door panel and the other is on the outside edge of the door right behind the handle. Simply remove bolts, remove handle and swap door lock into new handle and replace.
There is not a specifically designated fuse for the power locks on the underdash fusebox label. The power locks are actually on the sunroof fuse (#15), whether or not the car has a sunroof. Check that fuse and replace if necessary.