If you are trying to replace you radio you would have to remove the bezel. Take the two knobs off, then gently pull off the bezel till it can't move (should be about a couple of inches then it gets stuck), follow the rod down towards the right side off the gas peddle and remove the two screws holding it. Now you can pull the bezel out further to disconnect the cables. Don't diconnect the rod from the back of the controls just unscrew it. if equipped with tilt steering tilt the column all the way down remove the steering column covers remove the screws at the top and bolttom of the instrument cluster bezel and detach it from the vehicle
remove the complete dashboard and then replace it
you will have to remove all the lug nuts. just like when you remove the tire!!
by loosening/removing the lug nuts.. ***CAUTION DO NOT REMOVE LUG NUTS WITHOUT VEHICLE BEING PROPERLY SUPPORTED WITH AN APPROVED SAFETY DEVICE***
pull it up on the front edges on either side
depends on what side driver side remove battery unplug light turn the black retainer and pull on bulb passenger do the same without removing the battery
No, it is illegal to remove a converter and carries a hefty fine.
No can do brother its computer controlled... Drive SAFELY now
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.
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.
The fuel pump is located in the gas tank to get to it you got to remove the rear seat.
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
There are several philips-head screws to remove around the bottom and back, then it is mostly a matter of pulling firmly without breaking the (plastic) panel. To completely remove the panel, you will have to unscrew and remove the "pocket" in the armrest and the door-opening lever.Stocker @ http://www.rdtiburon.com/David @ http://votefordavid.blogspot.com
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.
The dash on a Hyundai Elantra is held on by several mounting screws. Remove all the screws found underneath plastic covers, as well as underneath the dash. Gently pull the dashboard towards the cabin and remove any attached sensors.
its located inside the transmission. need to drain fluid, remove pan.
Remove the hose, and take it with you.
you have to remove the screw on cover from back of head light houseing remove retainer clip unplug wires from headligt take bulb out. I find it easer to remove the whole houseing from the car because if you do it the way Hyundai wants you have to remove the battery from the car
Take it to the dealer... :) Seriously. I had a 1998 elantra, and I believe up until 1999 they used what are called "captive" rotors. Basically meaning you have to disassemble the hub in order to remove the rotor. It's a royal PITA and I would highly recommend it not be attempted without thorough instructions.
There is No need to remove the tank, Just remove the rear seats and then remove the access panel to get to the pump and filter. http://www.elantraxd.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17699
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.
Yes, this wall mount can be reused without breaking if you correctly and gently remove it from the installed area.
Remove the oil pan from the transmission, there you will find it.follow the procedure in the workshop manual for oil pan removal and for exact torque values.
# Disconnect the negative battery cable # Remove the instrument panel center bezel # Remove the mounting screws and pull the radio out of the instrument panel # Disconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead and remove the radio from the car
The radio unit on a Hyundai Elantra is held in place by a mounting bracket found behind the center console. First remove the center console then remove the screws on the mounting bracket. The radio will be able to slide forward. Once pulled out remove the wire harness that plugs into the radio.