how do you replace antenna on a 1997 hyundai accent
The water pump on a 1997 Hyundai Accent is replaced by first removing the timing belt and draining the coolant. The alternator needs to be properly marked and removed. Then unbolt the water pump. Clean off the old gasket and install a new gasket with the water pump.
Well in my 1997 accent it is located on the firewall in the engine if your engine is carburetor then it will be a plastic container
The horn on a 1997 Hyundai accent is located behind the front bumper. It is placed on the passenger side of the vehicle behind the right headlight.
Sorry, but this is not a job for a DIY-er. Leave this to a technician who is certified in AC repair.
The 1997 Hyundai Accent OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash next to kick panel
The IAT sensor on a 1997 Hyundai Accent is found in the piping for the intake system. The sensor will be plugged and mounted near the air box for the air filter.
its under the back seat
changeing ignition barral
it is under the timing cover and it is quite hard
The 1997 Hyundai Accent was equipped with the 1.5L 4-cylinder engine. The all season weight for this application is SAE 10W30 of API SL or better. It service fill with filter is 3.5-quarts.
The water pump circulates the coolant throughout the engine. When a pump fails on a 1997 Hyundai the coolant will not circulate properly and cause the engine to overheat.
above your rear foglight switchgear panel.. I am working on a 1997 Hyundai Accent at the moment. The connector for the OBDII is located on the left side of the dash. It is tough to see because it is facing down... recessed inside the cutout for the foglamps... at the top.
This page will tell you how to do this......good luck. http://www.maintainyourcar.co.uk/1999_hyundai_accent_window_winde.htm
reverse lights on a Hyundai get there supply from a switch screwwed into the top of the transmission just left of the air filter box if your looking down at it
your slave cylinder is leaking,need to replace.
I bought one used and was told it is every 60,000 miles by the dealer (who was a new Hyundai dealer too). Do the water pump at the same time, as usual. I thought it a bit too frequent (my old 1997 Dodge Neon had 120,000 mile intervals), but did it at 65k anyway. 60,000 miles it the correct mileage to change the belt.
if it's anything like the location on a 1999 Accent, then it's at the front of the engine block, under the passenger side headlight. it is can be viewed from the under the car.
on the driver side. inside the corner front bumper on the driver side. easier to get to if you take out the turning light.
Its right in the back by the bumper in my 1998. You will see 2 hoses come of the filler hose that go right to it.
Hyundai dealers should be able to give the key code if you provide the Vehicle Identification Number and proof of ownership.