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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try these websites to see if they have your car listed www.autozone.com and the other one is www.alldatadiy.com and if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Look up into the bumper and see if you can access the fog light. The bulb should just twist out of the back. If not, the assembly should either pop forward or back to come out. I've heard though, that many santa fe's require the removal of the entire front bumper fascia just to get to the bulbs in which case you'd have to remove your headlights to get to the screws holding the bumper fascia on
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
I am working on this very problem as I type! It's located directly behind the glove box.
empty the tray of glove box items before beginning.Remove glove box by taking the stop string out of the right side where it goes into the glove box tray.
Pull the string into the box and rotate the T stop so it will follow the string out the hole. Then remove the 1-2 screws on the left side of the glove box and the right side of the glove box.
The tray edges need to be pushed inward so the tray will flip open past the rubber stop slots allowing easy access to the screws. The whole box assembly should pull slightly toward the seat and drop out.
The cabin air filter is located behind the smoke colored fabric (Velcro backed) and can be accessed by pulling open the fabric flaps, then turning the small knob in on the filter slot cover. Doing this will allow the lower half to be pulled downward separating it fromt he upper half of the cover, now pus the upper half of the cover slightly up and remove it. the filter can now be accessed, pulling into the passenger compartment and out of the car to be discarded. The filter is approximately 8 inches square by 1 inch thick. If you do not have the OE filter or want to save money, you can get a high quality pleated home HVAC filter in 4x the size of the removed filter. Cut it into 4 filters of correct size and insert one at a time every 6-12 months.
Whole change process will take 30 minutes average, with a bit longer the first time.
Phillips screwdriver, and stubby phillips should be all you need for tools. Recommend latex gloves to avoid handling dirty filter.
Reassembly is the same process in reverse
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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