Question about Hyundai Elantra
Well, the O2 sensors are on the exhaust pipe close to the engine under the hood. They just unscrew and you would just need to disconnect the wiring from the bad one(s) and reconnect to the new one(s). Hopefully they told you which one was bad, as you have an upstream and a downstream one. You can get a new sensor from a dealer or an auto parts store. The Evap Solenoid is a little harder to replace. I recommend buying a Chilton or Haynes manual from a local auto parts store and getting the pictures and instructions from there so you have a easier time of finding both parts and if you plan on doing a lot of other work, then these manuals can save you a ton of money. Let me know how this turns out
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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