I'm attempting the same thing in my Mother-In-Law's 1996 Hyundai Accent. I've found that you need to start by removing the ashtray to expose the 2 screws on either side of the ashtray (inside). Remove these screws, then gently pry the center dash away (some of the clips might spring, but you can replace these later.
That's as far as I have gotten so far. There seems to be another fastener someplace in the lower left portion of the center dash that holds it in place. I am working to get this removed, but to no avail.
This Might sound simple but it's a pig..... Good LUCK.
Remove the Ashtray, Remove the 2 screws in the ashtray compartment! Now you need to undo the heater control clips 2 under the drivers side then 1 behind the glovebox.(this took me 2 hours to find!!!!!!!!! Then slide center control unit out. You then have to undo the stereo retaining screws and slide the stero out.... You might have to take the cables off the clock and hazzard lights too. Replace in reverse order and hay presto you are done!!!! Shame I didnt have this info before starting!!!!! Oh well it's done now!!!!!!!!!!!!
I could not see the 2 clips until I removed the cover plate under the steering wheel. Once I could see the heater control cables it was obvious what was being said. I disconnected them and the one behind the glovebox and all proceeded as stated above.
I paid a mechanic to do it for me when buying the head unit, it took him an hour including installing two speakers because he had to remove the entire heating unit... so he says to take the stock CD player out and install the new one.
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.
Hi Try this http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalHyundaiExcel.htm
How do you remove front door Panel on Hyundai Excel 1999 to Rplace front door SPEAKER'S
I have come to the conclusion myself that the only way to remove the glovebox in a Hyundai Excel is .................................................................................................................get a hammer and smash it to bits
This might help: http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalHyundaiExcel.htm
behind the farthest black button on the left is a screw, to remove get a screwdriver and pry it out.. also behind ashtray is 2 screws
Hyundai Excel was created in 1985.
Take to the Mechanic .... LOL
To get the radio code for the Hyundai Excel you need to request it from Hyundai.
I had the same problem with a Hyundai Accent 1996. You need to disconnect the speedometer inside the front hood.
where is the alternator located in a Hyundai excel 94 model
Hyundai ATF only.
the Hyundai Pony Excel in 1986
according specs Hyundai it will be dot 3.
They can easily be attained from redbook. You can get al the inormation you need from You can find the specifications of a Hyundai Excel from there. Find it there
I have a 1995 Excel, found mine at the back of the stereo. Yeah i know...strangest place to put it but that's where it is. Should be a 4 digit code I don't know if this will help but I had to find the stereo code for a ford once and ended up having to ring head office with the vin number of the car to get it. That is assuming of course that the stereo is factory installed. Otherwise check anything that was in the car when you bought it as someone could have written it on a manual or such. Hope it helps.
Im looking for an engine diagram of a Hyundai excel LS 5 door 93 model?
Pre-owned Hyundai Excels can be purchased from a variety of places. There are listings for used Hyundai Excels in Auto Trader and Cars. It is also possible to find used Hyundai Excel models at local car dealerships.
A 1995 model Hyundai Excel when filled to capacity should run for approximately between 500 and 550 kilomtres in city driving.
If the Hyundai is a 1998 model, the related question should do the trick.
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