Question about Hyundai Sonata
Thanks in advance for the help. i did search the forum but didnt find exactly what i was looking for. I'm getting engine code p0480 something like fan control relay module. I'm pretty sure its under the battery tray. the dealer wants me to remove it and bring it to them to get the proper part number. This is for a 3.3 v6. After I remove the battery tray... then what? is it a simple bolt on and plug and play? any suggestions
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There is a long drive cycle for this issue and it is a tsb so it should be free. Have them call hyundai tech line to get the drive cycle. Its so long i could never type it out for you. Its pages but it works. If the dealer gives you any problems call hyundai consumer affairs and they will take care of it for you. the number is in your owners manual or ask a sales person. Hyundai cansumer affairs will do anything to make you happy. Hope this helps good luck.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
The fuse box is located low on the left side of the dashboard behind a cover, or at the left side kick panel, behind a cover.
Relay Box -is located under the left side of the dash as well.
Posted on May 07, 2009
You are correct. The plugs are accessed below these coils. Disconnect the coil connectors and remove the 4 10mm bolts which hold the coils in place -- then you'll have access to the plugs. Here's a pic
By the way, how many miles on this 2007 Sonata? You know the powertrain is under warranty (1st owner 100,000 miles). If you're having problems, have Hyundai dealership diagnose it and fix it under warranty.
Posted on May 30, 2009
open the drivers door .. on the end of the dash (normally covered by the door) is a panel .. pop off that panel and the fuses are there .. of course fix the problem that caused the wires to burn then locate the fuse .. not easy since they give you a really cryptic guide to the fuses .. of course you should be able to see one thats blown .. if you cant read the gliphs then call a dealer to find out which fuse is which .. the relays are also behind the fuses .. again not marked except by big numbers stamped on each but no guide .. there are two fans .. the driver side is the cooling fan ..the passenger side is the air conditioner .. that is operated by a pressure switch in front of the condenser (front of car under gril on passenger side) .. .. likely a coolant temp switch operates the cooling fan .. actually i can check that if you need more info ..
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
I am not up on those trouble lights but I have been told that if you remove the negative battery cable termanal and turn on your headlights after the cable is removed and let it sit for 1/2 an hour that it will re-set the computer back to default settings. The lights are turned on to drain any reserve power that is stored. It can't hurt to try it and see what happens. I hope this helps, The Raz
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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