Question about 2003 Hyundai Tiburon
Im having problems with the clutch engaging 1st gear, but will go into second. It started out as something i just noticed one day but got bad in like a week. I was told that there is a screw or something under the transmission that i need to tighten and that will fix the problem.. is that true?? If so where exactly is this... I also notice when car is parked and i wiggle shifter that i hear a clinking sound like somthing is loose..and it sounds like it's coming from under the car. any help would be great.
I had a problem with my 06 Tib engaging gears properly and noticed that my clutch pedal felt weird, the dealer replaced a clutch master cylinder under warranty and now gears engage flawlessly and my clutch works like new again at 50K miles. If you have no warranty left, this would run you about 150.00.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: Clutch/transmission issue ISSUE
there is no addjustment screw it sounds to me like an enternal issue in the trans the knoise u hear is most likely the shift cables and shift leaver
what u should do is go to a hyundai dealer go stright to the back of the dealer to the shop ask a mechanic for 5 min of his time he or some one will look at it no charge for your best diagnosis
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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