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there is two main things that will cause an elantra to have no spark the ignition coil pack or the crankshaft sensor
I checked my owner's manual - it listed radiator capacity at 6L.
I am presuming you mean the pcv valve, it is in the valve cover.
there's no such thing as a Hyundai ''lantra'', its elantra If it's the same as Elantra try modifiedlife.com. They got free wiring diagrams for many makes and models. Sorry. There is a Lantra. It was released in Australia by Hyundai during the late 90s. There is a sedan and a sports wagon.
I've yet to change mine, but I hear that you specifically need to get Hyundai brand tranny fluid. Don't use generic.
What is the torque level for the valve cover gasket.
the PCV valve will be lacated in the valve cover next to the firewall. It will be in the top of the valve cover and have a rubber vacume hose leading under the upper manifold to a port on the intake manifold
The washer fluid containter is in the cargo compartment; I believe on the right hand side. There is a little compartment that contains the washer fluid reservoir.
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the check engine light comes on for many reason or many parts usally emmision related.
1.To access the horn the left front turn signal/parking light housing must be removed.On models with two horns the bumper cover must first be removed for access to the right side horn 2.Disconnect the electrical connectors and remove the bracket bolts
1. Remove the rear seat cushion 2. Remove the fuel pump access cover 3. Disconnect the fuel pump electrical connector 4. Start the engine and wait for it to stall. After it stalls, turn the ignition off. Any residual fuel pressure in the fuel system is now relieved
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.
If you mean the 3rd brake light, it has a couple of screws to be removed to get the cover off allowing access to the bulb. If you're talking about the multifunction (brake/signal/parking) lights, it's similar. You'll have to remove the whole lens assembly. Be careful with it, cause you don't want to damage that lens assembly, they're ridiculously expensive to replace.
Depends on which engine you have. Do you have the 2.5 4 cylinder or the 2.8 V6? On the 2.5 4 cylinder engine it is on the center of the intake manifold near the valve cover. If you have a 2.8 V6 it is on the intake manifold near the throttle body.
All the solenoids for the transmission are inside the valve body. The side pan ( drives side ) on the transmission is the valve body cover. There is a manual lever position sensor at the transmission. This is at the end of the shifter cable at the transmission.
You open the petrol tank cover in volks wagon polo trendy by pressing the button to release the fuel cap.
Another name for the covered wagon used extensively as transportation in opening the Western United States is the Conestoga Wagon originating in Eastern Pennsylvania.
Check the fuel pressure on the Focus wagon as well as the EGR valve. If the fuel pressure is low or the valve is clogged then the car could have these problems.
On the left side of the trans.
Sounds like your gearbox is worn out. I would try changing the oil in it, this might cure your problem. If not its either a gearbox strip or a new one. Hope this helps
prise the chrome cover down from left hand side
I am working on the same problem in a 1999 Elantra Wagon, and have read that it could be the crank sensor. Hope this helps. here are a couple of possiblities: bad crank sensor, broken or jumped timing belt, bad fuel pump, bad cam sensor. Answer was this the only problem or was the transmission not shifting before too?
behind the timing cover
The cover of the fuse block will have the diagram for the circuits.