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Hyundai Azera power seat wiring diagram for motor

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SOURCE: Hyundai Azera radio will not pickup AM dealer

Try it with the engine not running. If it works fine, the problem is RF interference. If you are using platinum spark plugs instead of the old copper resistor plugs, it can cause this.

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SOURCE: Hyundai 2008 Azera Limited

There have been a lot of complaints lately of newer Hyundais having a "soft" clear coat. Hyundai has not recalled any of these vehicles yet, but I would strongly recommend taking it to the dealer and try to get it fixed under warranty. You have a 3 year 36,000 mile warranty specifically for the paint, unfortunately though, it is up to the dealer's discretion as to whether or not it is a "significant" problem. Never hurts to try though.

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SOURCE: my 2006 hyundai azera limited passenger seat is

Check the fuse--it may be out. Fuse box is on the side of the dash (when the driver's side door is open) next to the steering wheel. Pull hard--the fuse names are on the panel door you just pulled out. Fuse puller is in the "engine room" according to the manual for a 2006 Hyundai Azera Limited, though I haven't been able to find the "engine room", yet.

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I dont know what you have tried. Junk yard, e bay, craigslist, local newspaper

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SOURCE: When should I get a tuneup on my 2006 Hyundai Azera? What type of motor oil should I use?

well they always tell me every 6000 miles?? and your manual should have an appendix to it that gives you every type of fluid and part number you would ever need... hope that helps?

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    Check the fuse--it may be out. Fuse box is on the side of the dash (when the driver's side door is open) next to the steering wheel. Pull hard--the fuse names are on the panel door you just pulled out. Fuse puller is in the "engine room" according to the manual for a 2006 Hyundai Azera Limited, though I haven't been able to find the "engine room", yet.

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