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2003 Hyundai sonata location fuse for speedometer
speedometer runs with several sensors cluster fuse if nothing works in cluster on key on cycle but speedometer uses both vehicle speed sensor and right front wheel speed sensor to operate . Vehicle speed sensor is located on top of transmission near right axle shaft
Hyundai wiper arm not working
A quick fix is to first put the wiper arm into the correct position then drill downward through the wiper arm and into the wiper pivot.Don't drill all the way through the whole assembly,just 3/4 through the whole thing.Then break off the drill in the drilled hole.The hardened steel drill will run the wiper arm on the pivot.Dab a little sealant on the drilled hole/drill bit and run the wiper with no problem next time it rains..
Cd player Problem
If you're finding it difficult to service/repair your car, get one of those online manuals. You'll not have to wait for others to answer, or rely on mechanics and all. Plus I know a website that has very good manuals online,
without expiry i.e. for lifetime.
Hi all, i use a Hyundai sonata 2003. My problem..
Assuming you are in the US, pull the dash, and send it to the experts in Mass. (We just did it with my new '96 Honda Odyssey.) They test every connection, for about $200, and return you a Fixed everything on your dash. No clue the name of the company, but anyone conversant with the Internet can find them. Good Luck!
I put a new battery in my hyundai sonata and now
Did this occur straight after changing out the battery, or after sitting with the new battery installed?
Have you checked the new batteries voltage and voltage under load, eg. (Voltage when headlights are on) could be a flat new battery.
Or could be load on the battery after key is turned off, something draining the battery overnight like a boot or interior light, radio left on ect.
Unlikely a short, or you would be in a world of burnt wires from the battery cables.
I have a 2003 Hyundai Sonata that just dies when i'm driving
Not the battery. Once the car is started, a bad battery will not cause it to stop running all of a sudden.
For engine to run you need - compression, air, fuel, spark.
Might want to check out your ignition coil for an intermittent condition - try replacing it.
And if it does not turn over(crank) check the wiring going to the starter motor,solenoid, for good connectivity. And make sure that your fuel pump is always getting power and pumping.
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