Question about Hyundai Motor 1995 Accent
Speedometer cable was not working and was removed by mechanic, and waiting for part - too long now got new cable and need to know how to replace self
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cassette code for accent 1995
The whole idea of a radio security code is that it protects the radio from theives, if it was that simple to get the radio working again there would be no point in having a code in the first place.
l am afraid the only way you are going to get your radio code is to go to a main dealer, once you have got it write it down somewhere safe.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
I use to have a Hyundai Pony once, there was no cable there.
But still you need to remove the inside cover etc. to get there.
I became an expert blindfolded and a hyunday hater afterwards.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
first remove the airbox and everything hooked up to the throttle body to see clearly.if youre car is std you must remove 2 bolts holding the clutch cable on the transmission then remove the pin holding it in place once you remove that you will see 1 of 2 bolts holding the starter in place use flash light to see clearly then remove it (14mm bolts i think ).after you do that the 2nd bolt is 4- 6 in. to the right it might be covered in dirt build up so you might not see it to remove it either through the bottom of car or throught the top.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
If your transmission fluid level is okay, then you need a new speedometer cable. Its not terribly difficult to replace, but it does require you to pull the instrument cluster. A local Hyundai dealership might be willing to photocopy the specific speedometer cable replacement instructions out of the 2004 Accent shop manual.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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