In the 03 its to the right of the stering wheel behind the little flip box, but mine is still messed up had no fuse problems. No idea whaat to try next
There are two tabs on the cover. One on the top, and one on the bottom. Depending on the model of escort, it could be tabs on left and right. Just grab the cover and yank, don't worry about breaking anything. The fusebox is mounted with 3 bolts.
Turn your car on, so that the radio can be turned on and off. Then turn your radio off. After is it off, push the clock button and while holding clock, use seek to change the hour and tune to change the minutes.
From Allexperts.com P0708 indicates a problem with the signal received by the transmission control module (TCM) from the range switch (also inhibitor switch or neutral safety switch). Typically, the issue is that voltage was received on one of the circuits when not expected, typically caused by a shorted switch. P1613 simply indicates that the TCM requested the engine control module (ECM) to turn on the check engine lamp.
In most cases, replacing the range switch resloves the issue.
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.
There is a switch located on your brake pedal arm that turns on and off your brake lights as you brake. The switch is either defective or needs adjusting. The switch is nothing more than a button that is pressed when you release your brake pedal. If you follow your brake pedal arm upwards, you'll find a small plastic mechanism with two wires coming from them (the switch) and you can adjust it by turning a round nut to bring the switch closer or farther away from the arm of your brake pedal. If your button of your switch is not touching the arm your lights will remain on. The arm is suppose to press the button when you release the brake. If however your arm is pressing the button, check to make sure the two wires are not touching in any way. If all looks find and your lights are still on, replace the switch by unscrewing the nut of the switch all the way off and the switch will come down far enough for you to unplug the wires. Installation will be the reverse. Hope this helps.
Some play in the steering, the inside or outside edge of the tire may be worn down more. Jack the wheel off the ground, grab the top and bottom edge and see if it has play in it. This means the ball joints are worn. Grabbing the sides and wiggling means the tie rods or steering linkage is worn. Front wheel drive only have a lower ball joint, the top is attached to the strut. Rear wheel drive have upper and lower ball joints and one or both may need replacing.
The 2006 Toyota coolant temperature sensor is located on the front of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be a few inches above the thermostat housing.
basically, if you lift the hood and look directly at the engine (the big silver thing), on the top left side of it as you are looking at it from the front is where you place the oil in (oil cap). Just above that are the four spark plugs. They are underneath the plug and coils. you would have to unscrew the two bolts holding the coils down to get to two of the spark plugs, and the other two spark plugs, you just pull the wires off. (Just pull)
located behind the fuse snap cover located on the lower dash on the left side of the steering wheel
Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery. Jack the front passenger side up and take off the passenger front tire.
Underneath on the front you will see two screws that connect the fender to the plastic pan that runs inside the wheel well. Remove those screws and pull the plastic away from the fender and you should be able to bend it out of the way enough to see the washer pump at the bottom of the fluid reservoir.
Disconnect the power plug at the top and the small hose at the bottom of the pump. You should be able to pop the pump out from the little indents that hold it to the reservoir. Now would be a good time to run some clean water through to clean out the reservoir.
Mine came with a new rubber seal for the reservoir so I took the old one out and replaced it.
Put the new pump in place after verifying which connection is positive.
Replace the small rubber hose. If the connection on the new pump is the same as power plug on the car, just plug it in and you should be good to go.
If not, which was my case, the kit came with a red and black lead and some crimp on connectors. The red lead goes to the larger wire, which I believe is blue with a black stripe and the black goes to the smaller wire.
Since you already know which lead from the pump is positive, connect the red to that and the black to the other.
Replace the plastic where it was and put the screws you took out back in.
Replace the tire and don't forget to remove the jack.
Reconnect the battery and enjoy a clean windshield.
The 1996 Hyuandi Accent OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash next to kick panel
If the seat belt is jammed because of an accident it will have to be replaced along with the air bag computer module below the center console. The front seat belts are active belt just like the air bag in your car. It is possible for the air bag module to set off only the charge in the seat belt and make it lock in place and not set off the front or side air bags. If this is the case, when you turn the key in the on position, the air bag light on the dash will not flash three time and go out, but will remain on indicating a problem with the system.
The 2004 Hyundai Elantra's engine produces 135 hp @ 6000 rpm.
MPFI is Multi-Point Fuel Injection, which is the fuel system used with gasoline engines. CRDI is Common Rail Direct Injection, which is the fuel system used in diesel engines.
The average costs to replace a clutch on a 2003 Hyundai Elantra depends on the location of the shop and types of parts used. Normal OEM replacement clutches costs approximately $500 installed.
Hyundai have always used high tensile steel in certain components of all their vehicles.
Trade it in.... Thats what we just did.
The Dealer estimated 835 dollars to replace canister, lines & other valves etc...
We traded 2000 Elantra for a 2010 Elantra.
Good luck with yours.
Yes you need to remove the subframe to remove the gearbox on elantra. the motor must be supported at the top before u remove the subframe.
It is 134-a. Good luck!
you have or should have two oxygen sensors on exhuast pipe. one before catalytic converter and one after it.depending on which engine you have you usually can see the one closest to engine from under hood.second one " SAFELY" jack up car and look just past catylitci converter should see it easily.
the check engine light comes on for many reason or many parts usally emmision related.
what motor 8v or 16v
the 8v has 1 , right on top of exh.manifold
the older (pre 96) has 1 at the exhaust collector.
the newer 96+ have 2 , but only the front one controls air fuel ratios.
the rear sender is only a CATCONVerter monitor.