Once you get the radio serial # (on the back of the radio or in the glove compartment) and the vehicle VIN number, you can call Hyundai Customer Service (USA - 1-800-633-5151) or (Canada - 1-800-461-8242) and they can give you the 4 digit code needed to reset the radio. This is the process I took with my 1995 Hyundai Sonata.
Poorly worded question. A sonata is a musical form in typically four movements. A piano sonata would be a piece for solo piano.
Under the hood, right next to the battery, there is a fusebox. There is a 15A fuse in this fuse box labeled audio. This is the fuse that interrupts the default power signal for the stock radio. Most aftermarket radios rely on an adapter harness that changes the stock wiring to the standard wiring making it easier to connect the replacement radio, so I would say that in about 95% of instances this is the fuse that you would check first. It is my experience that even if your aftermarket radio has a fuse directly on the rear of the headunit, you most likely blow the primary fuse first.
If your radio is locked and needs to be unlocked, it would require a security code versus a radio code.
If you mean most famous, I would consider the Fur Elise, Piano Sonata No. 8, Symphonies 5 and 9, and Minuet in G (written 1795). Beethoven considered his Hammerklavier sonata to be his best sonata. He also considered his last symphony, the Choral (No. 9) to be one of his greatest works, which the audience at the premiere also loved.
people would listen to the radio instead of going to concerts and they would also listen for the enjoyment of the comedy from hosts
The radio code for each Hyundai vehicle is unique. The vehicle would have had the number on a plasic credit card sized card in the owners manual when new. If you don't have this card you will need to take your vehicle to your Hyundai dealer where they will remove the radio, obtail the serial number then contact Hyundai to find out what your code is :)
Around how much would it cost to replace timing belts and timing change on a 2001 Hyundai Sonata?
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From a Hyundai dealer technician- there is no serviceable fuel filter on the 2003 Sonata. The filter is a "lifetime" strainer on the fuel pump in the fuel tank. It would be replaced with the replacement of the fuel pump only. how do you replace fuel pump on the 2003 sonata
It could be the fuse. See the related question.
You may have blown a fuse or a flasher.
I would look on the dash or steering column or in your owners manual.
The fuel gauge sending unit would be located inside the fuel tank.
Bad timing belt, get replaced soon.
The reason your 2001 Hyundai Sonata lost all power while you were driving and stalled and won't start again is either the battery or the alternator. If you have no power you most likely have an alternator problem.
Why would you repair something that could be very easily, and cheaply, replaced? As for repairing it, that would depend on what part of it is damaged, and your skills.