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SOURCE: Looking for Manual

Hi! have a look at link below:
http://store.payloadz.com/str-asp-i.103789-n.2003_Hyundai_XG_250-300-350_Service_and_Electrical_Manuals_98_63_MB_Other_Files_-end-detail.html

Posted on May 28, 2008

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If it doesn't have an automatic belt tensioner there will be an adjustment screw on either the alternator or power steering pump (possibly both if there are two belts). Loosen the two mounting bolts securing the accessory (ie: alt or p/s pump) and tighten the screw. Once adequate tension is on the belt tighten the mounting bolts.

Sometimes the adjustment is on a seperate pulley and not one of the accessories. If this is the case, loosen the center bolt on the pulley and tighten the adjustment screw. Once tight, tighten the center bolt.

If you have an automatic tensioner there are no adjustments to make the belt tighter.

Posted on May 09, 2009

ghost4548
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SOURCE: error code 1159 told by the dealer it needs a part that cost over $500

The 3.0L and 3.5L engines in the XG300, XG350 and Santa Fe incorporate a Variable Induction System (VIS). The VIS is a secondary set of throttle plates in the upper intake plenum used to increase low end torque while maintaining high rpm performance. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) uses a Variable Intake Motor (VIM) to control the opening and closing of the additional throttle plates called the Intake Control Valve (ICV).
At low rpm the (ICV) is closed and, as rpm increases, it is opened a specified amount for optimum airflow.
A VIS system condition is not likely to affect drivability, however, a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) may set. The DTC for the VIS system is P1159 (Variable Intake Target Position). The PCM controls the desired valve position and when the feedback of the
valve position does not correlate with the requested position this code is set. This DTC will not turn the check engine lamp on, however the code will remain in memory.
NOTE: P1159 has been changed to P2015 for the 2005MY.
Please refer to DTC P2015 in the 2005 Shop Manual for further diagnostic information on P1159. (XG350: page FL-555) (Santa Fe: page FL-633)
DTC DETECTING CONDITION:
ITEM DETECTING CONDITION POSSIBLE CAUSE
DTC Strategy Target position monitoring • Poor connection
• Open or short to battery
in harness
• VIS Motor or VIS Motor
Rotation Sensor
• PCM
Enable Condition Engine speed > 3750 rpm
Threshold Value Unable to obtain target value
Diagnosis Time Unable to obtain target position 4 times
MIL On Condition N/A

The VIM is not available as a separate unit from the upper plenum if replacement is needed, therefore the entire plenum assembly must be replaced.
NOTE: With the intake plenum removed, inspect the gear on the VIM to see if it has stripped. Carefully inspect the throttle plate retaining screws that attach the plates to the VIS shaft. If any of the screws are missing (2 screws per throttle plate) inspect for engine damage.
Once the intake replacement is completed (see appropriate Shop Manual for the vehicle you are working on) the Electronic Throttle Position System (ETS) should be re-initialized by turing the ignition key On and Off within 1 second. Then, wait 30 seconds before starting the vehicle. Refer to TSB 05-36-002 for the complete ETS
initialization procedure.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe ABS light is on along with TCS light

you may have damaged the ABS sensor or wire to the sensor up front check the wire that runs from the inner finder well and make sure it connected to the ABS sensor on the spindle

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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SOURCE: tcs light come on along with abs an hand break light

You most likely knocked the electric plug loose when you changed the brakes, go back and make sure they are tight.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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