Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
I would to know where I can get the operating instructions for the Hyundai 2000 Elantra/Lantra. The copy I have is in German language. I would appreciate an English version download. Thanks My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ebay is your best bet, might also try craigslist, etc. I know for most cars you can also get a shop manual on Ebay that will include details on maintenance for most if not all of the car.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: timing diagram Hyundai Lantra
Click on link scroll way down to your 1.8L, and click on picture for bigger view.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: Hyundai Lantra 1994
After some extensive research, it looks as though they have two totally different body styles as well as a few others. The differences are as follows:
Elantra: 1.6L or 1.8L engine sizes
Lantra: 2,336 lbs
Elantra: 2,500lbs Weight
Lantra: 11.89 gal
Elantra: 13.7 gal fuel capacity
those are only three differences that i have put up among the many that i have found. Lantra's also seem to be one of those out of states type cars that you find in Australia mostly. The body is also totally different.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
You can actually do it from the top if it is similar to a 2001 Elantra??? On your right center of the tranny, there should be two big bolts I believe a 17mm one on the bottom left the other top right of the other. The bottom left is the drain plug the top right is where you fill it. If you want to make things easier you can remove the air cleaner and the air cleaner housing then unscrew the sensor on top of the tranny you can poor it in from the top. You will need to then unscrew the fill hole (Top right bolt) Pour the lube in to the hole where you had taken out the sensor until it pours out of the fill hole. Sounds like more work but by doing this you will avoid making a mess trying to fit the squeeze bottle into the tiny hole. Hope this makes Sense????
Posted on May 17, 2009
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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