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Cannot locate the computer module (ECU) in the 1998 Sonata

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Need to change the ECU but cannot find where it is located in the Hyundai Sonata 1998. Gregorys do not make a manual.

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  • diana22155 Jan 24, 2009

    I have the same problem. Found the ecu, but alls it does is click and the car won't start. I'm baffled

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Lower right passenger side behind the kick panel just lower than the glove box location.
on some early models it was located in the center console forward section.
see this link---
http://www.mirage-performance.com/sonata/Wiring/

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