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Replace water pump hyundai h100 - 1996 Hyundai Accent

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SOURCE: where is the fuel pump

You didn't state what year,but it's in the fuel tank.

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SOURCE: Hyundai H100 diesel engine how

when i used to teach mechanics many years ago i sent this disruptive student outside in the cold to change the spark plugs in my ford transit diesel ,after half an hour this clever little disruptive lad came back into the class and was totally demoralised because he couldnt find the spark plugs and everyone was laughing at him because they all knew it was a diesel and he thought he knew it all .Now you sure you dont mean the heater glow plugs ??

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SOURCE: the water in the water bottle of the hyundai H100 starts to boil

Possible blown head gasket.

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SOURCE: hyundai h100 2.5 turbo diesel the radiator water

Hi had the same problem just the other day head gasket was blown between exhaust and water ports thus the pressure in the system that over flows the bottel and no water in the radiator it self.

Posted on Feb 26, 2013

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