Question about 2001 Hyundai Tiburon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Hyundai XG300 Fuse Diagram
Here is the fuse arrangement...you can see there are usually some spares if they are there.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2009
It is a 2.0L (the delta blocks weren't in tibs until '03). You have to remove the timing belt tensioner, and then you can remove the bolts for the water pump. I would strongly recommend not only taking careful precaution not to disturb the orientation of the gears in this process, but also to replace the timing belt and water pump at the same time. You don't want to go through this process all over again do you?
Posted on May 27, 2009
If you don't have the owners manual, the fuse box lid should
have a diagram on it. The is a Hyundai repair web site that
Hyundai uses, but you have to call their customer service
and talked them into letting you log onto it. I called and asked
if I could purchase the repair manual for my 09 and they provided
me with the web site and log in.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
SOURCE: Hello. Where is that ETACS
I live in Australia so mine is a right-hand-drive Santa Fe 2001. I wonder if this is why so many people seem to have so much trouble locating this box. On a left-hand-drive the box may be more over the footwell instead of near the side wall. In my car it is actually behind the fuse box near the right-hand side-wall. The switch is actually not visible as it is located on the right hand side of the ETACS box (near the side-wall). I had to locate it by feel. Once thought I had located the switch I held my finger pressed up against it for a while, to litterally get an imprint of the switch. The position towards the driver appears to be the "off" position, and the position towards the front of the car the "set" position. I turned the ignition key on (2 clicks), flicked the switch to the "set" position, pressed the lock button (I watched the flash on the remote, but heard nothing from the car), turned the ignition key to "off" and pressed the remote lock button again, then reset the switch on the ETACS box back to it's original position. That's it. My remote is working now. Hope this helps someone else...
Posted on May 14, 2011
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