Question about 2006 Hyundai Elantra
After i replaced the car battery, the radio and the car alarm are not working all of a sudden. I also had the brakes worked in the last few days and I wonder if the service people did something that messed these things up. Any ideas welcome.
The key needs to be re taught to talk to the imobiliser and the radio could be dead check the fuse the good news is dealer warranty is 5 year or 80000 km
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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I hate to say this, but sometimes they're all connected on a shared ground circuit; and in your case the shared circuit happens to be underneath the hood on the front of the left side fender. Now, there is another ground for the security hood switch. As far as the check engine lamp coming on, it may be a wsie choice to take the vehicle to have the ECM checked for any lingering codes. AutoZone has a free service for scanning engine codes.
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