Question about 1998 Hyundai Elantra
Just bought a 1998 hyundai elantra 75k no owners manual. need to know when timing belt should be replaced and what the button by the shift is, it says norm and then looks like if switched power.
The timing belt is normally replaced at 100,000 km (approx. 60,000 mi), but must be checked for wear and tear starting 75,000 km(approx. 45,000 mi) along with a major tune-up.
The switch near the shifter is the ECT (transmission control) which selects NORMal driving mode, and PoWeR mode. It is the battle between economy (NORM) and driving performance (PWR). As tested, the PWR mode delays your A/T upshift to a higher RPM. This utilizes your engine's higher revs, but really cuts into fuel economy.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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