It is possible, some minor tweaking is necessary to make the engine mounts fit and also the drive axles but it is a fairly simple swap, you can even use the accent's tranny with the tib's engine. Also you will need to use the ECU that comes with the tiburon engine since the accent's ECU will not work with the 2.0 litre engine.
5 x 114.3
114.3 x 5
I believe it is 4 x 114.3
No, Pontiac G6 rims will not fit on a Hyundai Tiburon. Other Hyundai and some Kia, Mitsubishi and Volvos use that pattern with a 67.1 hub bore.
yes, same engine bay, but u may need some different engine mounts.
Once you have loosened the alternator belt, creep under the car and remove the nut that holds the pivot bolt to the engine block, you actually do not have to remove the bolt entirely to be able to remove the alternator. Loosening the pivot will be enough.
Oil pans on all cars are located on the bottom of the engine. Often a square shape with a distinctive bolt that sits diagonal on the corner of the oil pan.
They are not adjustable. They are bolted to the top radiator support with one bolt and another bolt towards the middle of the radiator support..
Yes it will, but you need to make sure that the engine and transmission bolt patterns are the same. The drive axles might not fight the splines of the '97 front splindels. The lenghts of the drive axles might be different as well. Other than that you should be able to...
yes. you need a 4x100 bolt and a 38 to 40mm offset.
what is the bolt pattern for the 2011 Hyundai sonata
under dash left side bolt to firewall with bracket tcm and seperate bcm boxes
Maybe, the baby have to sit... in the baby chair and in the back sit
its on the side of the transmission facing the front of the vehicle... the drainer is on the bottom and it is a 24mm bolt..
Im pretty sure the tension adjustment is the long bolt on the mounting arm of the alternator. It has a set screw that you have to loosen first before adjusting the long bolt.
first undo the positive and negative cables, then in the bottom front of the battery there will be a bolt with a small bracket on it unbolt it and the battery should come right out
There is one per cam, the sensor is bolted into the head by 1 bolt.
Per Hyundai, the size is 5x114.3
You will find the pivot bolt underneath the alternator, it has a square head on on side and the nut holding it on the other, you just need to loosen the nut and pull out the bolt.
i have a engine with this # and its a 2 bolt main
You can change the battery by removing the plastic covers around it and then theres a small metal bracket located on the front side of the battery with one bolt holding it down. You'll need a long extension to reach it.