When you vibrations when braking, it usually means you have warped brake rotors. A warped brake rotor's surface can become uneven after a period of extremely heavy braking or age. Consider having your disc brake system serviced, check your pads, and get the rotors machined. When rotors get machined a machine grinds them down to an even surface. Typically it cures scoring, glazing, and warping.
I have a 2004 Hyundai elantra and it acts like 4wd truck when it comes to snow. My driveway is very steep and when we got 6 inches of snow it went up and down it without spinning or getting stuck
they are located under the cover strip down the center of the engine. strokerace
Provided the seats can be folded down, there should be buttons on the top of the seats that release them to allow said folding.
You didn't mention the year of your car, but from what I found (1993) the 1.6 in the Elantra firing order is 1-3-4-2. Hyundai has the service manuals on line. Click on the "Shop" tab, select your car from the drop-down menus and search away.
from the headlight it self, there is small adjusting bolt which you will have to move it right or left as you want to adjust it (UP-Down). Fouad
its probably your TPS Switch or your idle control sensor, check engine light will not come on for either take to Hyundai dealership
There is a toggle switch or button down under the dash on the left side of the dashboard....it's called a valet switch, not even my dealer knew this!!
it is located under the steering wheel column, you have to look for it but its down there
I felt dumb but I had the same problem, there was a WINDOW LOCK I had pushed, it is on the Drivers Door. My youngest son figured it out
The starter motor is located below and back towards the firewall of the thermostat housing. You need to remove the airbox to see/service it. Easiest way to find it would be to follow the large gauge black (negative) wire leading from your battery, down towards the engine. This will connect directly to the starter.
Pressha is the name of the group. Name of song is Shake It Down. -djcrak
It probably has rivets- drill the rivets out- but you may find there is nothing to repair inside. Get another one either from the dealer, or salvage yard.
So the right answer is to locate the battery, remove anything in your way (engine Cover, air filter box, etc.) remove the negative the positive then the hold down. To install reverse the procedure.
You most likely will need a bearing puller tool which you can ge at your local auto parts store. Some have loaners which you put a deposit down, and get your money back when you return the tool.
Its because you are low on brake fluid which means you have a leak or that your brakes are worn down and need to be changed soon.
Hold an app down until they shake(:
its a Hyundai and its Korean made...
Hyundai accent idle speed
The shake down of anyone is when they are given a choice but if they don't make the choice that a certain group or person wants, then they give you a shake down. This happens a lot in political and government positions.
I have a Hyundai Elantra GLS 2003 with "anti-lock brakes." I rear ended a car on the highway last night and on recolecting as carefully as I can, I braked, and I believe I braked in time. The car didn't stop. I don't believe it even slowed down appreciably. A friend of mine said that the "anti-lock" mechanism RELEASES the brake when it senses a skid. But what logic there is in not braking immediately after the release (in an automatic pumping motion) escapes me entirely and I braked immediately and I braked hard. I am considering taking Hyundai to court. I'd be grateful for any information or incidents others have experienced.
If you have a moon roof, sometimes the drain hoses can leak and the water can run down the door channel. just a possibility, hope it helps.
The first O2 sensor is in the exhaust manifold. Open the hood and look down at the engine. The "HOT" plate is obstructing your view of the sensor. The second sensor is farther down the pipe, under the car.Stocker @ RDTiburon.comDavid @ votefordavid.blogspot.com
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