Question about 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited
I can't find the aux input in a 2007 Hyundai sante fe elite
If you don't see anything on the radio saying "auxiliary output" with a little earphone jack then you aren't Aux ready.
You might be able to go to a stereo shop and have them install an auxiliary output plug. They will pull the factory stereo out and splice/plug in an output wire that you can plug your iPod into.
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi have not had pleasure of this on santa fe yet? but will try to help dependant of which side o/s or n/s ? i would first remove the screws holding the front of the under engine plastic cover/shield and drop down sufficient to gain view/access? to the rear of fog lamp then if a cover is on? try turning anti clock to remove? or if rubber cover pull off? then the bulb and clip should be visible? unplug the wire from bulb then the spring clip holding bulb in place normally just sring the 2x top ends together and swing down/clear to remove bulb? refit new bulb correctly! pay attention to position old bulb positioned? then clip securely and re connect wire at this stage it would be best to ensure bulb works ?? before you re assemble all else? wish you luck and hope this helps with your problem ?
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
The filter sits on top of the transmission. look under the hood on drivers side it screws right on top of the transmission. It looks like an engine oil filter.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
fuel pumps are kindda expensive, especially on import vehicles. Number one cause for fuel pump failures is heat. When your rinding with the fuel below half, the pump is party exposed inside the fuel tank and when exposed for periods of time it tends to heat up and then gradually burns out cause you to replace it. It's ok to go below half but not to often, I hope it helped abit.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
its pretty simple...
1) let engine cool down all the way
2) pull plug wires off plugs one at a time.
3) remove plugs with proper spark plug socket.
4) replace plug
5) replace wire
6) move to next one.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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