Question about 2001 Hyundai XG300
Removal & Installation
Accessory drive belt routing—1.5L engine
Accessory drive belt routing—2.0L engines
Accessory drive belt routing—2.4L engines
Accessory drive belt routing—2.5L and 2.7L engines
Accessory drive belt routing—3.0L and 3.5L engine
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Hyundai XG300 Fuse Diagram
10A START 10A RH TAIL USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE ONLY 10A EATCS 10A A \CON SW 10A LH TAIL 10A D \CLOCK 15A WIPER 10A H \LP 10A RR HTD IND 20A T \LID 10A ROOM LAMP 10A MIRROR 10A IMS 15A ETS 10A T \SIG 10A B \UP 10A STOP LAMP 20A C \LIGHTER 10A CRUISE 101A EPS 10A CLUSTER 15A A \BAG 10A RR FOG 10A AUDIO 15A SPARE 20A S \HTR 10A SPARE 10 A \BAG IND 15A SPARE 10A SPARE 10A HAZARD 15A P \SEAT
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Here's a photo - remove cap, disconnect connector to bulb, move bulb retainer out of the way & extract bulb - installation of new bulb is in reverse order.
If you want to replace the entire ASSEMBLY, there are three (3) 10mm bolts holding the assy. Remove them, then slide assy forward to access connectors - disconnect them.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
You can't really do a purge/flush yourself ...but you could replace the filter and the fuild the old way by going under the car and removing the transmission oil pan and the filter inside and replacing. It's not a hard job, but it is messy and that's why most people have it done at local repair shops nowadays.
I would suggest using only genuine Hyundai filter and trans fluid. This means, go to the dealer and buy directly. If this a high mileage car, go to an auto parts store and buy a can of "brake clean" that has not been de-chlorinated. Spray this chemical on the exposed valve body (inside the trans) to remove any auto clutch residue before installing the new filter.
Remember that you can't really change all the fluid because your torque converter (inside the trans) holds several quarts of old fluid. In reality, all you are doing is diluting the old fluid with fresh fluid. Before you change the fluid, evaluate the old stuff. Does it smell burned, or is it a funny color. Is your trans working correctly before you change anything??
You may have to change the fluid more than once to improve the concentration of old/new fluid.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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