Question about 2005 Hyundai Tiburon
Seat slides freely on track and will not lock in place = the same with the back - it will no longer lock in place
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If v6 may need to remove intake manifold and applicable parts to gain acess to spark plug coils, remove coils and remove plugs install reverse order
If 4 cyl remaove cover on valve cover remove spark plug coils etc.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
check ur fuses look at ur manual will tell you were located evry car is different
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks not the heating and cooling controls and sunroof do not work. Everything else works."
does the steering wheel lock, does the tranny lock??? try working the steering wheel quickly back and forth, and or jiggling the shifter...good luck
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
You will find the second fuse box on the right hand side of the steering wheel (australian - left hand side if in america) located underneath the power "mirrors" button. Follow the side power "mirrors" button down until you reach a false wall, unfasten this. another word for this is the "fascia"
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Posted on Jul 18, 2010
SOURCE: 2005 hyundai tucson v6 passenger
Possibly.... the only way I know to diagnosis this issue is with an amp meter in the circuit that heats the seats. Compare LH & RH seat heating current draw. If you find the pass seat is NOT drawing the same amount of current, further troublshooting is required. There are TWO heating elements installed in the seats -- seat bottom & seat back, and they are connected in 'SERIES'... so if either element goes/is 'OPEN', then it's component replacement time. There is a thermostat in the heating elements -- it regulates the seat temperature. One must isolate the two elements & check each one individually (seat bottom - checking resistance... and seat back - checking resistance). whichever one (or possibly both) are 'OPEN'. If you find resistance is normal (3 to 5 ohms), then the problem/cause may be in the switch (or its contacts). Using a test light (12 volt bulb), check for power (battery voltage) at the heating element connector to ground (chassis). If the bulb lights up, you know you have power at the switch and is sending it to the heating elements.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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