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Im not sure if your fuse box looks like the screenshot however if it does I would at your own risk turn this switch off and back on as suggested in the other photo.
Again I am not a mechanic, I do however try to give the best advice I can.
Hope this helps.
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Hyundai Elantra... | 146 views | 0 helpful votes


Bolt pattern? Like which bolts do you tighten in which order? -always tighten opposite bolts sequentially

2012 Hyundai... | 31 views | 0 helpful votes


The newer models of most cars don't have a dipstick for ATF. They require you to go in to the dealership to check and replace fluids

2011 Hyundai... | 293 views | 2 helpful votes


Very Possible it is your fuse, the only thing that makes me think otherwise is that your problem is intermittent. When a fuse blows, things stop working they do not work intermittently. If you recently installed a stereo, check the harness for crossed connections or exposed wiring that may be causing a short. When you blow the fuse for the stereo it usually takes out many of the interior electronic accessories such as Interior dash lights, electronics door locks, dome lamps, etc. Check the fuse box likely under the dash, if not in a corner of the engine compartment under the hood and find the diagram for the fuse lay out. Check the fuse for the stereo or interior accessories or for the door locks. problem could be with the wiring for either.

2013 Hyundai... | 55 views | 0 helpful votes


Use a good scan tool which should identify the failing sensor/circuit when the vehicle stalls,so you can do the correct repair.

Hyundai Elantra... | 205 views | 0 helpful votes


look for the metal rod the handle is attached to. you should be able to move that back and forth (latching and unlatching), with pliers, if you can reach it

2008 Hyundai... | 60 views | 0 helpful votes


I do not see a maf for your car. Many designs use only the map and tps to calculate airflow.

2015 Hyundai... | 244 views | 0 helpful votes


The chirp comes from the alarm system itself. it may be a electrical short in the alarm system, or a damage in the alarm itself. u need an alarm shop or a good tech. wish I was there.

2014 Hyundai... | 50 views | 1 helpful votes


Check the fuse and relay related to the AC. Your fan should come on when the AC is turned on. Right now the fan is working only off the engine temp., not the AC.

Hyundai Elantra... | 71 views | 1 helpful votes


It could be, but you need to do some trouble shooting to determine the issue. Is there power to the switches? is there power to the clock spring? Is there continuity through the clock spring? Determining where the issue is will save $$.

2012 Hyundai... | 866 views | 0 helpful votes


Remove one of the spark plugs and check to see if it is getting spark. If it is not getting spark then you have a ignition problem.

2003 Hyundai... | 26 views | 0 helpful votes


Try this fuse (fuse box - inner panel) :

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2005 Hyundai... | 88 views | 0 helpful votes


you need a good scanner to program it to the car

Hyundai Elantra... | 37 views | 0 helpful votes


Is it possible that your blower motor is going out and drawing too many amps and burning out the control module? Or maybe a poor ground or bad connection?

2014 Hyundai... | 51 views | 0 helpful votes


Hose is held to suspension strut with c-clip, loosen and retighten union joint while still in clip for ease of undoing. then remove clip holding hose with pliers
Top up reservoir and to avoid fluid loss, Clamp existing rubber hose off above Wheel cylinders callipers. Spread brake pads slightly to clear disc rotor edge then undo callipers from hub - suspend from strut with cord or wire and unscrew old pipe. Immediately replace existing with new hose to callipers. With master cylinder reservoir sealed airtight undo union nut at top of existing rubber hose where clipped to strut. Replace existing lower hose fitting with new hose.Tighten union. replace c clip and bleed brakes at nipple on callipers until all air out of lines.
Job done road test for hard pedal repeat bleeding as necessary.

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By pass clutch signal by appling +12vdc to A/C clutch directly - check for proper suction side pressure with A/C gauge connected to suction side of compressor - if pressure is low clutch will not be energized do to low pressure cutout switch. Add freon or 134A to bring up suction side pressure. https://www.6ya.com/callphilipforhelp

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