To reset the EMS on a Hyundai Elantra, disconnect the battery. Leave it disconnected for 10 minutes and then reconnect the cables.
Two hours if you have never done it before. 30 minutes if you are quick.
To disable a 2002 Hyundai Elantra alarm system, put the key in the ignition. Turn the key halfway ensuring the car does not start. Leave the key in this position for 10 minutes before starting the car.
If your car alarm goes off on your Hyundai Elantra and the engine won't start, disconnect the battery. Leave it disconnected for several minutes.
On a dryer exhaust...yes. If you are talking about an exhaust on any kind of engine....NO> It will probably catch fire in a matter of minutes.
Disconnect the positive battery cable for a couple of minutes.
you disconnect the battery for a couple minutes.
Sadly, no. I have not tried this myself but I read on-line if you soak the kernels in food coloring and water for 20 minutes, you will get colored popcorn.
if light is on then there is a problem. you can disconnect the battery terminals (both) for about five minutes then put them back on. light ill go out for a little while but if there is a problem then it will obviously come back on. maybe O2 sensor. go to advanced and use their hand held. its free.
Breathing from the exhaust exit, one would pass out after about 8 minutes
Turn the vehicle on then look into the exhaust for 5 minutes
remove the ground cable from the battery for....40 minutes to be sure
Answer: there is an obstruction in the exhaust system.
Disconnect battery (plus) for 5 minutes.
i dont know i think about 20 minutes or 25 but ask :)
Condensation in the exhaust train is perfectly normal. It should dry out after several minutes. If it smells like antifreeze, suspect a bad head gasket.
Maybe : a crack in exhaust manifold that closes when hot.
Could be that the muffler is clogged, it is running extremely lean, or there is unspent fuel burning in the exhaust pipe. This is not completely uncommon and may not be a sign for alarm.
Hi, The front O2 is located on the front of the exhaust manifold. The rear O2 is located on the front pipe just after the flex. section. Just disconnect the O2 and remove it counter clockwise with a rachet (front) or a key (rear). Don't forget to disconnect your battery a few minutes to rest your ECM.
http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info sounds like you need a new exhaust system. exhaust also may not be quite long enuff and is letting fumes into trunk of vehicle a good exhaust shop can check this for you in a couple of minutes
210 degrees, under 30 minutes time will exhaust all ago and core temp will reach 115.
The back of the turbo, is the turbine. It has the hot exhaust gases flowing thru it. The exhaust gases are 1000+ degrees f. and cause the steel to glow red/yellow when under load.
An exhaust leak would not stop after a few minutes. Sounds like you have a choke problem.**Alternative answer**I took my Escape in for a similar problem and it turns out that the exhaust manifold had cracked and it was making the noise you describe as the exhaust was escaping through the crack. It goes away after the metal gets hot and expands, temporarily sealing the crack. Quoted cost to fix is $1800. yikes.
well by my calculations, if you inhale the fumes you can last for 10 minutes before your ears bleed and your dick shriiinks
you will need a sensor socket for the sensors. unplug wiring to sensor, run car for a few minutes, find sensor and turn it out with socket wrench, be carefull exhaust will be warm. they will come out eaiser if the exhaust is warm.