Question about Hyundai Cars & Trucks
Might be able to get key code from your VIN # .Then go to dealership if key has chip will need to be programmed.
Posted on Oct 20, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes autozone.com has a repair guide for your car,you will be able to get the steering knuckle off,this is where the bearing is but ir requires a press or an equivlant to remove and replace the bearing.
Posted on May 25, 2009
It is a 2.0L (the delta blocks weren't in tibs until '03). You have to remove the timing belt tensioner, and then you can remove the bolts for the water pump. I would strongly recommend not only taking careful precaution not to disturb the orientation of the gears in this process, but also to replace the timing belt and water pump at the same time. You don't want to go through this process all over again do you?
Posted on May 27, 2009
CV joints are not hard if you do some research. Get a shop manual first. You will need a good jack, two jack stands. I am not that fam. with the Hyundai, but some fwd cars have med/ large bearing retaining bolts so you will need 1/2 drive socket set up to say 33 mm. You will need a whole day or 2 to do this. set aside that much time in case of some road block. You have to pull both wheels and fender wells. On some cars you will have to pull the struts or the lower arms that hold them to the body to give room to pull out the cv assy. Do one at the time on some fwd's if you pull both the ring gears can fall out of sync and thats not good. Buy the complete cv axel rebuilt if you can. Work slow, take pictures as you go, be careful.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: overheat 2001 hyundai tiburon
Only 2 parts remaining are the thermostat and waterpump. Always start with the thermostat when diagnosing an overheating problem. If the car is overheating constantly under all conditions and coolant is backing up into the reservoir, it's very likely to be the thermostat. If it only overheats at low speed or idling, it's more likely the waterpump.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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