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Re: 2003 tiburon transmission
If you have a 4 cylinder you wiggle the clutch shaft up and down remove the lever and this will get the fingers off the releasbearing / 2 starter bolts 2 large bolts up top 3 under exhaust and 4 0n the other side lower one is above right inner cv axle, remove left axle from car right axle can moved over un do ball joint 3 mounts remover upper side and reaar , strap engine to a cradle or 4,4 post chained to support engine you can slide tranmission over14 inches with room to stick your hands in and remove pressure plate ,fly wheel can be removed but takes good hands tricky,now thats a hyundai flat rate tech procedure for 4 cyl, IF YOUR NOT SURE ABOUT or if the engine is V6 cylinder THE SUB FRAME COMES OUT you can remove rack hose on sub frame and 4 bolts and wire or strap the steering rack to body at that can stay in car or you will have to take rack out with sub frame
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It would be a fairly difficult project. You'ld need to change trans mount, different driveshaft, shifter & linkage, add a torque converter, new radiator w/trans cooler built in lower section, cooler lines. On top of all that, Hyundai automatic transmissions are very unreliable.
Specifically for 2003 Tiburon V6 6 speed, but may work for you as well. -Loosen tire lugs -Remove center caps with screw driver or similar tool (careful not to scratch caps) -loosen axle nut
-Jack the car up and place on jack stands -Chalk rear wheels -finish removing tire lug nuts and tire -remove cotter pin and finish removing axle nut -remove brake pads -remove caliper and brake assembly -remove rotor (possible PITA), use extreme caution hammering a stuck rotor!
IMPORTANT STEP: *remove 2 bolts from strut mount assembly. This will allow you enough clearance to "cleanly" pull axle out with minimal force/hammering. No axle puller tool necessary and no messing with the lower ball joint.
-Now gently tap the axle out of the hub assembly -pull the rest of the axle out of the hub assembly by hand or pry with long screw driver or pickle fork. Again, since you removed the 2 strut assembly bolts, your hub assembly should have dropped down and away from the axle quit a bit to allow you enough clearance to remove axle from hub assembly
**Follow next steps for DRIVER SIDE ONLY** -Next, place a fluid pan to catch any leaking trans fluid before removing axle from transmission side. -Using a long screwdriver or pickle fork, pry the axle away from the transmission -Remove entire axle and replace with new one -Installation is reverse of removal steps. (not difficult, just line up the splines and everything should "pop" in place
At the top of the transmission where the hydraulic clutch cylinder rod is attached, you have to remove the lever from the shaft (14mm nut), because the clutch is the 'PULL' type pressure plate bearing system. After you remove the trans, you will need to remove the bearing from the pressure plate and put it back on the input shaft collar in the trans before reinstalling the trans.
take the trans mount and cross memeber out and let the engine tilt down with a floor Jack, then u can get at the top bolts, u will need a 3 foot extension and a wobbly socket. As far as the cost of the trans work goes could you break it down by parts and labor, also what is the hourly labor rate, here it is $115 per hour. One last not be careful of the connectors to the trans, break them and u will need a new wiring harness, about $450.
Unfortunately I dont have a solution for you. I highly doubt that the car will be similar to a GM vehicle but its always possible I guess. I would go to your local Hyundai dealer and ask one of the technicians or contact Hyundai directly if they have any way to assist you I'm sure they will. They also have all the schematics available for the vehicle when you sign up with them. Also, alldata.com is usually a reliable source as well. You'll find many service departments utilize it.