1.Dissconect the negative battery cable 2.Remove the instrument panel center bezel 3.Remove mounting screws and pull the radio out of the instrument panel 4.Disconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead and remove the radio
If you are haveing trouble pulling the bezel out then follow the rod. You would have to loosen it. There are two screws to the right of the gas peddle.
1997-2000 Hyundai tiburon, 1997-2000 elantra.
The firing order on a 1997 Elantra is 1,3,4,2
1997 Hyundai Elantra Battery Size: L4/1.8 battery (12V)
no, the drive train was changed in 96
Under the top casing?
The firing order is 1-3-4-2
.044 thousand's of an inch
Yes. 1996 through 2000 Elantras and 1997-2001 Tiburons are basically all the same car, with different skins.Stocker @ RDTiburon.comDavid @ votefordavid.blogspot.com
I'm not sure but they're usually located in the center
Take the old one out and put a new one in.
no it won't the 2000 has diffrent plugs by the dip stick its a six pin . i made that mistake and got a 99 at trans for my 2000 and notice its the same in a accent 97-99 and the elantra but change in 2000 hope this helps
AutoZone.Com will have info about your car.
Under the driver's side dash on the left. Look for the little door.
for a 98 it was $50, plus tax, straight from the dealer
The Hyundai beta motor has not seen much change in 13 or so years it has been around the starters should be interchangeable.
Does not have one. The engine uses cam overlap to achieve the effect of the EGR valve.
Remove the decorative radio retaining plate. Remove the radio retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness, from the back of the radio.
Remove the covers to your 1997 radio speakers. Remove the radio speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio speakers. Reverse the process to install your new radio speakers.
you can call a wrecking yard(or a couple) for this answer...
I've yet to change mine, but I hear that you specifically need to get Hyundai brand tranny fluid. Don't use generic.
Photographs and an explanation can be found here:http://www.rdtiburon.com/index.php?showtopic=29801
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.