Firstly, start the engine and then remove the fuel pump relay and let the vehicle die (make sure to turn the key off). This will depressurize the fuel rail. Next remove the fuel supply line, return line, pressure regulator vaccum line and injector harness. Unbolt the two bolts securing the fuel rail and pull rail/injectors from intake manifold. Remove the clip securing injector to rail and pull the injector. Note make sure you were safety glasses when breaking open the fuel lines, pressure may still exist in rail. Also make sure system is closed before inserting relay and turning ignition switch on, otherwise fuel will gush.
remove the complete dashboard and then replace it
you will have to remove all the lug nuts. just like when you remove the tire!!
pull it up on the front edges on either side
No, it is illegal to remove a converter and carries a hefty fine.
I have a 1998 Hyundai Elantra and had the rotors replaced, you will have to have a shop to do it because they have to be pressed off and then back on again with a specialized machine or tool. Of course unless you have that tool you can do it yourself. Good luck.
No can do brother its computer controlled... Drive SAFELY now
There are five steps on how to replace the fuel injector in a cylinder. Some of the step-by-step instructions are disconnect the negative battery cable, relieve the fuel pressure, and remove the cylinder head cover.
Remove the oil filter and you'll have plenty of room to drop the alternator out.
Maybe take a look at "SLD (Speed Limit Defencer)" by HKS
The fuel pump is located in the gas tank to get to it you got to remove the rear seat.
I tried to remove my Hyundai Elantra 2002, im having a hard time pulling out the hoses. There is one screw that you have to remove on right hand side of the radiator, just beside those freon connection. I used a very small 10mm rachet.
The O2 sensor on a 2000 Hyundai Elantra is removed by disconnecting the wiring harness and unscrewing the sensor from its housing. It can then be removed from the vehicle, inspected, and replaced if needed.