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What size is the o-rings for a 04 santa fe propotion valves

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It's in the engine compartment on the passengers' side on the firewall.

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EGA valves are usually connected to the exhaust manifold or the inlet pipe (The first pipe from the exhaust manuifold). 

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SOURCE: i need advice on installation of proportioning valves in 04 santa

this is simpler than i thought.you just remove the plastic air filter housing,in order to have room to work.to remove,loosen the hoses going in and outof the filter housing.next,open and remove the top of the housing,then remove the air filter.at the bottom of the bottom half of the filter housing are 3 bolts,remove these,and the bottom section will slide right out of the hose.using an 11 mm flare nut wrench,gently loosen the brake line from the bottom of the front proportioning valve.it is essential to be careful with this step,as the nut will strip easily.i cannot stress enough the importance of the flare wrench,as it has better contact with the head.next,take either an adjustable wrench,or a deep socket 22mm ratchet head,and loosen the valve.on removal,repeat these steps with the rear brake line and valve,then place the new valve,turning just until tight(overtightening can damage the valve).replace the brake line nut at the bottom of the new valve.repeat this on the front valve.after this is through bleed your brakes as you normally would when change the brake pads.have plenty of brake fluid available,as it will almost all drain out during replacement of valves.have a drip pan on the ground under the master cylinder before removal of any brake components.

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SOURCE: 04 santa fe transmission filter location 2.7

It may have a screw on type external filter or the filter may be internal. http://www.autoanything.com/Parts/PartsProduct.aspx?CategoryID=3072&TemplatePageID=201&SiloName=transmission-3-26-2004

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SOURCE: how to replace a valve cover gasket 2003 hyundai santa fe

Just take a picture of it with digital camera or phone. And start removing wires and hoses until they are all out of way of cover. Then remove the bolts all way around cover and pull straight up and it will come right off. If not use a flat head screw driver to prise it off. Clean old gasket off of valvecover and engine. then put it bak together. Tighten bolts slowly, start with ones in center ov it and work your way out. Just finger tight. Then snug, then torque em down. Not too tight as if tostrip the bolt or break it off. Cause it be very expensive. also write down everywhere each wire go's unless you can remember

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I need advice on installation of proportioning valves in 04 santa


this is simpler than i thought.you just remove the plastic air filter housing,in order to have room to work.to remove,loosen the hoses going in and outof the filter housing.next,open and remove the top of the housing,then remove the air filter.at the bottom of the bottom half of the filter housing are 3 bolts,remove these,and the bottom section will slide right out of the hose.using an 11 mm flare nut wrench,gently loosen the brake line from the bottom of the front proportioning valve.it is essential to be careful with this step,as the nut will strip easily.i cannot stress enough the importance of the flare wrench,as it has better contact with the head.next,take either an adjustable wrench,or a deep socket 22mm ratchet head,and loosen the valve.on removal,repeat these steps with the rear brake line and valve,then place the new valve,turning just until tight(overtightening can damage the valve).replace the brake line nut at the bottom of the new valve.repeat this on the front valve.after this is through bleed your brakes as you normally would when change the brake pads.have plenty of brake fluid available,as it will almost all drain out during replacement of valves.have a drip pan on the ground under the master cylinder before removal of any brake components.

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