its probably your TPS Switch or your idle control sensor, check engine light will not come on for either take to Hyundai dealership
The engine number likely refers to the serial number. On a Hyundai Tucson, you can find this number on the lower left side of the engine itself.
There is a build information plate on most cars when you open the drivers door it will be on the door jamb or frame of the car. On the Hyundai it is on the actual drivers door itself in the bottom left hand corner.
The lock module is defective, how do you find the right fuse to deconect the systm to stop the clicking and draingingof the battery
"any brand of dextron III will work"This is wrong. Use only the approved Hyundai ATF, SP-III. If that is absolutely not available in cases such as myself (in Alaska with no Hyundai dealer within 700 miles), ATF+4 should be fine (exceeds specs). Dextron III does not meet the specifications of the Hyundai ATF, and Hyundai transmissions are very picky.I agree with the above. Dextron by itself is not enough. A chart I have recomends factory fluid,but if not available,Mopar makes an additive that should be added with Dextron.
For a Hyundai Elantra the light staying on means you have a fault code in the airbag computer. This could be a problem with the seat belt buckle, seat belts, airbags, clock spring or computer itself. The vehicle needs to be scanned to see what error code is present. An approved scanner must be used or it will not tell you what the error is and you will be wasting your time and money. If there is a fault your airbag system will generally not work depending on the severity of the problem. For your safety and the safety of others, this should be seen to ASAP. By the way - You cant just turn it off!!!
is the printer itself, that's the engine,
Those most at risk in a nuclear energy accident are the workers at the nuclear facility itself.
An engine that burns fuel inside itself is officially known as an internal combustion engine. Most cars have these.
Usually on the V6 Sonata's they are located under the hood. Look to the right of your engine and look down at the transmission itself. There should be a "spin on" filter, kind of like the one for your engine. if not then your filter is located inside the actual transmission.
i don't think it wuld on purpose, maybe by accident
A steam engine is an external combustion engine. As the steam engine combusts outside of the engine itself.
Who is at fault has to do with the accident itself not the insurance coverage. A police report of the accident and looking at the proximate cause of the accident help determine fault.
The reverse switch on a manual transmission Excel is on the transmission itself. Look for a two wire plug on the top of the tranmission when looking down from the top of the engine. Most automatic transmissions have a similar wiring plug.
the diagram is on the inside of the fuse box itself... both of them in fact
The engine number for a 1997 Holden Vectra is on top of the engine itself. it is engraved into the metal of the engine.
A fuse box diagram for a 1994 Hyundai Excel is found on the fuse box itself. Underneath the cover of the fuse box will be a sticker labeling all the fuses.
never, even in the case the accident falls under a certain limit you should report the accident to allow your insurance company to protect you and itself.
The engine itself creates Vacuum once it is running.
Ghastly means the person was badly injured. Fatal means the person died. Ghastly itself means: Terrifyingly horrible to the senses.
No, Gmail is not a search engine. Google is the most famous search engine. Gmail is a product formed by Google itself.
Left side of the engine compartment, usually mounted to the engine itself. Specific location depends on the engine.
You can find a manual for the Buick engine by checking the packaging the original engine came in as the manual is commonly transported with the engine itself.
There probably isn't a speed control on the golf cart itself, but on its engine. To get more or less speed out of it, you would need to mess with the governor (on the engine itself).