Question about 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
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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
SOURCE: How to program keyless remote
I just had to buy one too and these are the instructions I was given by the guy I bought it from. I haven't tried them yet. Hopefully they work for us both :).
1.Find the ETACS unit under the steering wheel first,there is a small switch onit.
2.Once the switch is located make sure your key is not in the ignition and set the switch from off to set.
3.Press keyfobs door lock button for one second, this sends the codes to the ETACS and stores it.
4.Do the same thing if you have 2 remotes for the vehile.
5.Now set the ETACS switch from set to off.
6.Remotes should now be programed.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
That depends on if the front motor mount is blocking half of the timing belt . Then you have to have the motor lifted out to change the timing belt . Now that just added at least another 2 hours to the labour hours. In all honesty, now you are looking at a 4 to 6 hours of total work . Now , do you know if it is a timing belt or a timing chain. Timing belt, yes will take about 4 to 6 hours , but a timing chain will take over 8 hours because it is inside the motor.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
It is most likely it is the hood switch. A vibration in the earth would vibrate the vehicle just a bit to make the hood pin not make enough contact. The pin itself would make a indentation on the rubber bump on the hood. This makes the pin not press down enough to make contact and thus made it go off.
One other possibility besides the hood pin problem is when the siren assemblygoes bad. This problem surfaces when driving down the road or just sitting in front of your house. It's an internal short in the siren assembly.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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