Top 20 2009 Hyundai Elantra Questions & Answers


Most likely #1 fuel injector is dirty or defective causing a lean condition on # 1 cylinder.

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The thrall bearing may be worn out. It sits on the clutch fork. When you step on the pedal, the fork pulls the bearing away from the clutch "fingers", taking the load off the thrall bearing.

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Only the 2009 Hyundai Elantra Touring has a USB port.

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you will have to call the dealer or see if the place you bought it from has the code or find it the in with the car manual. sorry, good luck

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If it as a self adjusted Polly. No need to adjusted. If it dost is normally on you alternator.

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Hi Michael,

Thats a sign that you need to have the transmission repaired. You need to replace parts like release bearing, pressure plate and clutch disc. This parts causes the slipping and chugging.

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I would start by having someone who has a little electric knowledge to look for a loose wire. I would start with the ground wire. maybe it just never got tightened down right at the factory or over the years electricity can build up some erosion.

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Hello, Try removing and cleaning both battery terminals with a wire brush.

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The rear wiper motor is separate from the front one. That is right behind the back door panel at pivot point. Your wiper motor and pump for your front washer fluid is under the grill below your pivot points on the front wipers.

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Bring it to a junkyard and they will tell you.

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Find your fuse panel and check your fuses
Your flasher mechanism under your dash may need replacing as well.

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Could be switch faulty?

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Didn't need to replace the motor

You could have put battery voltage
directly to it & run it in either direction
by switching your power & ground feeds

The problem is a switch not working

If you had a wiring diagram, you would know where
to test for the problem

Unplug the switch & test it,if you can figure it out

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Probably not, but why not just ask a certified mechanic at the local Hyundai dealer? Even the manager of that Service Department should be able to give you, FOR FREE, the correct answer.

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