Hyundai Elantra - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals - Page 6

Sounds like a faulty turn signal switch. If you checked all the fuses, and I would have even replaced them just to be sure. I had one years ago that looked good, but it was defective. If you need a new switch, check
I find that they usually have the cheapest prices.

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yup take it to a shop that has a press

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1997 elantra My personal suggestion would be to go for these repair catalogs. I know this website reliable-store that i used to buy them from, and they sold online it was very good manual.

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Normally the bulb socket and wires powering the bulb are accessed from behind. The plastic socket may come out by twisting it to the left and then pulling it out (bayonet style socket). The bulb is most likely a small glass bulb with a flattened base that just pulls out. Take it to any car parts store to find a replacement - look for a style number on the bulb. Note the way the wires are folded up along the side of the bulb when you pull it out. You'll want to put the new bulb in with the wires folded up the side of the base the same way. If the bulb is an older style round metal based bulb, it is normally removed by pushing in, twisting to the left and then pulling it out (also bayonet style). Take it to the car parts store to find a matching replacement.

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run the fault codes and check for problem heated oxygen sensors(HO2S) and blocked cat converters

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indicates a faulty strut cartridge insert
take it to a suspension specialist for replacement
they come as pairs so have both sides done
labour time is around 2 hours max

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Ok, go to YouTube, and in the search box type: 2003 Elantra starter replace. It will show you a 11 minute video of a guy doing the actual job.
Good luck :)

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Sounds like the idle sensor needs replacing

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bad battery
bad ground
bad starter relay
dirty battery terminals

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Check the tempreture sensor pluge and crank sensor .try to use air to dry them.
And check the fuse box too you have to dry it too

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It's not likely the plugs. Please get a scan at your local parts store, write down the trouble codes, and post them here.

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Sounds like a misfire (bad ignition coils)
You need to get it scanned for trouble codes.

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Do you know what a wiring diagram is ? How to use a DMM - digital multi-meter to check B+ voltage to the alternator ? Instead of just trying to fix by replacing alternators multiple times ! Free wiring diagram's here Enter vehicle info. Year , make , model an engine size. Under system click engine. Then under subsystem click on charging . Click the search button ,then the blue link. Looking at the wiring diagram i see multiple connections at the alternator , they should all have B+ voltage . With volt meter do voltage drop testing. Sounds like you could have a high resistance problem when warm .
Voltage Drop Testing the Charging System
Does the charge indicator light on the instrument cluster light .

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Hi the trans range switch or some times called an inhibitor switch needs replaced and have the bands adjusted for the transmission which is an external bolt with jamb nuts near the range switch after that has been performed the battery cable removed for 10 minutes to reset all adaptive learn for transmission

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Mostly the sensors are a coil of wire and a magnet and either the flywheel or crank acts as a reluctor causing the sensor to provide an output if it is passive or to provide a varying output if the circuit is active.
There are semiconductor devices that will perform a similar function.

Cranking the engine will prove nothing unless you have an oscilloscope.

Fault finding specifications should provide information about ohm meter readings and which pins and the supply voltage (if any).

I strongly suggest you first ensure the vehicle immobiliser is disarmed...

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Go to YouTube, type Elantra Timing belt replace. There are a few videos that will show cam and crank timing marks. Very helpful stuff.
Good luck

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get it from the given link easily

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take the car to a suspension specialist shop and have the rear wheels aligned first
have the suspension checked for worn mounts or bad springs
it is very important that the rear end is aligned before the front end
suspect that the suspension rubbers need replacing as it is over 6 years old
the tyre rotation is a myth perpetrated on drivers to sell tyres
when the tyre construction was cross-ply and not radials yes rotation then on cross-ply tyres could get the wear to even out but with radials once the wear is started then the tyre continually wears in that pattern regardless of which wheel it is on
even if you take that tyre of the car and put it on a trailer , it will still continue to wear in that pattern
tyres are no longer rotated but simply put front to back on the same side other wise the belts flex in a new direction in the tread and fail earlier that expected
besides that fact that tyre rotation will not allow you to monitor for suspension problems or wheel alignment problems and cost you 4 tyres at a time instead of two

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