Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
There is a switch down on the floor by where the gas pedal is. Reset that switch, until the problem fixes itself. If it does not fix itself that way, you can follow the wire up to the vent controller. This will involve you taking off the cover panel in the middle of your dashboard. There only a few screws and it's really easy to remove. You will also have to remove the panel from where your shifter is. Place the E-brake on then pull the shifter down as far as it will go to get the panel out far enough to see behind it. Now you can see if the wires became disconnected from the vent controller. This all works, as I had the same problem. Just make sure when putting the panels back together that you do not pinch wires. I did this and it caused me to have no dash lights, and I had to do it all over again! Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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