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Sorry I can't help you. My research reveals the 2006 Sonata is NOT equipped with a power antenna.Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #.. you'll then have access to wiring diagrams, shop manuals, service bulletins, campaigns, illustrations and procedures, etc. You'll see that the 2006 Sonata doesn't have a power antenna.
I personally prefer the look of the Sonata. When I was shopping for a car, I did plenty of research on this website. They pay experts to give their opinions on cars. You can even compare them side by side. Link: www.edmunds.com I hope this helps! Please rate 4 thumbs up!
Hello police32127. My name is Roger and i will answer your question. To locate the camshaft sensor. Raise he hood stand at the drivers side tire. Look at the cylinder head on your left. You will see it mounted on the head. Sets between the head and the upper radiator hose.
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pick yourself up a haynes manual from autozone, or pepboys, etc. the book will tell you exactly how to replace anything and everything that would need to be replaced on the vehicle... they show you pictures and have the written instructions so you dont mess up... hope this helps you out...
Research revealed no available illustration of procedure. If memory serves, there are two 'access' plates on either side of the lamp assy (popped out with small screwdriver) and two phillps screws retaining the assy in place. Remove the access plates (plastic) and the screws behind them.. access is gained.
P1167 seems to be a bit of a mystery. My research indicates a vacuum leak, or misdirected vacuum. Either crossed hoses, or perhaps a cracked or malfuncting valve. There should be a vacuum hose routing decal on the underside ofthe hood. This would be a good place to start your troubleshooting. Good luck!