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yes they can be just pushed in

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Hyundai Tuscon 6 Cyl Automatic and

I had a tuscon and it started jerking when I accelerated and stalling when I stopped. the dealership wanted 400 dollars to fix the issue then I read about the throttle position sensor located on the back of the throttle body and it had 2 screws and one plug in wire I replaced it for around 40 dollars but still had issues then I was told it needed to be reset and that was 120 dollars then I found out that with the tuscon u disconnect the battery for 30 mins and it resets the computer so try disconnecting the battery for 30 mins and if that does not fix it then maybe u have a throttle position sensor defective also. maybe that will help a little I know it helped my pocket book alot.

Posted on Nov 02, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Hyundai Tuscon, How do I remove the driver

hi from uk if the headlight assy is anything like some here in uk ie ford focus ? you may find there is a 3rd bolt tucked away out of sight this is probably located as on focus ? if you feel or use amirros? and look/feel on the inner wing between h/lamp and inner wing you may find a small bracket that is attached to inner wing ? and another on the lamp assy these 2 brackets are locked together with a 10 mm spanner/socket bolt approx 6 ba threaded unfasten and remove bolt the lamp will probably come out best to use 3/8 or 1/4 " drive socket+extention ?

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Scheduled Maintenance Services, for most Cars, has to be done at 30K, 60K, and 90K. Hyundai dealer recommend to replace the timing belt at 60K Service.
If you wait, one of two things could happen: Nothing, or the belt could break and you would be out thousands to repair the engine instead of a $400 hundred to replace just the belt. If it breaks, there will be damage done to the valves and various other internal components, which will not covered under warranty. The problem is that the Dealer would charge you between $700-$800 because they would also replace the water pump at the same time. Or you can buy the timing belt and change it by your self. To do so, you nee the Haynes Repair Manual specific for your car another equivalent.
2006 HYUNDAI TUCSON GLS 2.7L 2656cc V6 FI (D) DOHC : Engine : Timing Belt


Posted on Oct 29, 2010

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SOURCE: my headlight bulbs in my

first open the bonnet then remove the round cover on the back of the lighting cluster {its like a jar top} then remove the wiring to the bulb ..then carefully undo the spring clip that hold the bulb in place {as in most cars} its a bit fiddly but its like a spring clip that is fixed at one end then goes over the terminals to a little space on the other side of the terminals {you will see what i mean when you remove the ;: jar top ;; then gently remove the bulb may be a good idea to upgrade now to high out put bulbs {available from many motor factors} when refitting always wear plastic gloves {to avoid getting moister from your hands on the glass envelope of the bulb ..any moister will shorten the life of the replacement bulb if you do put moister on the envelope of the bulb clean of with a none oily spirit } now refit the new bulb {it only fits one way then the tricky bit refit the retaining wire this can be easy or a pig to do ! once you are happy that the replacement bulb is home OK then fit the cable and them refit the jar top .then teat ..good luck ..the batter side is the hardest may be worth removing the air intake hose ..if you do this ..its just two press screws with plastic plugs its east to remove and re fit there is no need to remove the battery

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yes they can be just pushed in

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