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I am a mechanic ..most people ask questions about these foreign hyundai motors ..below is an example of engines that basically if you ask about a Hyundai Xg 350 ,xg300 ..well allow me to hammer 90% of your questions in case you want to grab another motor ..these motors listed will work on 90% of all hyundai products ...Look at the starter sizes ,,all the same for the selected models ..then look at the motor sizes ..This will help you in solving some problems most do not give the specific questioning 100% NEW REPLACEMENT STARTER FOR STARTER
Hi Anthony. This is a reaction called "Torque" Commonly, most rear wheeled vehicles have what is called "Limited-Slip Differential" What happens is, as the vehicle makes a turn, the inside rear wheel rotates slightly slower than the rear wheel on the outside of the turn. This ensures even power distribution to the rear wheels from the transmission. If you have a "Positive Traction" (Posi) rear wheel drive, then when you accelerate, both wheels turn at the exact same rotational time. The consequence of this is, when you turn, you will hear a rear tire squeal on the pavement. There is also the "Semi-Posi" that acts like an Limited-Slip, until you apply power. Then the rear wheels turn at the same rotation, but only under power. To experience what it would be like if all wheels turned the same direction at the same time, find someone with a 4 wheel drive (4x4) with manual hubs, and on pavement put it in 4 low and try to turn. 2 of the tires will squeal on the pavement, and you will notice it will slow you down very quickly during a turn. I hope this gives you the info you wanted. ^^
A normal amount of angle is proper for the kind of car or truck you drive. Horizontal angle is called "Toe-In" or "Camber" and Vertical angle is called "Caster." A wheel alignment specialist will be able to tell you quickly whether your car or truck requires the $100 wheel alignment procedure to assure your tires wear evenly on each axle. Front tires always wear more, particularly in front wheel drives vehicles as the tires have two kinds of wear: steering wear from side to side, and increased friction wear from torque application from acceleration. FWD vehicles generally require tire rotations twice as often as RWD vehicles for this reason. Always get a wheel alignment when replacing both front tires with new ones to increase tire life.
Your factory custom wheels are designed to use a specific lug nut, most of these lugnuts today include a built in washer that contacts the wheel surface. Your maintenance of re-torqueing the lugnuts after 100 miles following wheel removal is exceptional, and textbook...(some wheel manufacturers recommend this after 50 miles:) I am a long time wheel person through many years of performance wheel applications. My guess would be that a previous owner had installed custom wheels, and removed them at time of selling your Santa Fe...they mistakenly left the aftermarket lug nuts on your car...and these lug nuts do not contact your wheel where they should be to remain tightened...Don't buy new lug nuts unless you can test this possibility first...All salvage yards would have inventory of factory wheels and lugnuts...Also shop on line...confirm the size of your wheel studs...ie 12 mm rht..."right hand thread" and search for someone selling factory wheels...many auto parts stores will confirm your wheel stud thread size any offer replacement sets too. Hope this helps.
1. Turn tires away from car
2. There is a plastic covering in front of the wheel that usually goes
around the wheel well. There are plastic thumb pins on the outer edges
of this plastic covering. Remove the thumb pins and this plastic piece
will come off.
3. Behind this you will find access to your fog lights.
4. Then you can remove the fog light by twisting the plastic cover (if it has one) or by twisting the bulb
this is a wheel camber (in and out tilt of wheel and tire) problem, u may have to have a Camber adjustment kit put in, most new cars have no adjustment provided for this. the bottom line here is you need to see a really good front end shop to get this taken care of, also the tires will continue to wear this way even if problem is corrected, so may want to replace them or rotate them.