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Hose is held to suspension strut with c-clip, loosen and retighten union joint while still in clip for ease of undoing. then remove clip holding hose with pliers
Top up reservoir and to avoid fluid loss, Clamp existing rubber hose off above Wheel cylinders callipers. Spread brake pads slightly to clear disc rotor edge then undo callipers from hub - suspend from strut with cord or wire and unscrew old pipe. Immediately replace existing with new hose to callipers. With master cylinder reservoir sealed airtight undo union nut at top of existing rubber hose where clipped to strut. Replace existing lower hose fitting with new hose.Tighten union. replace c clip and bleed brakes at nipple on callipers until all air out of lines.
Job done road test for hard pedal repeat bleeding as necessary.

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


you need a good scanner to program it to the car

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on May 31, 2019


Use a good scan tool which should identify the failing sensor/circuit when the vehicle stalls,so you can do the correct repair.

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on May 19, 2019


By pass clutch signal by appling +12vdc to A/C clutch directly - check for proper suction side pressure with A/C gauge connected to suction side of compressor - if pressure is low clutch will not be energized do to low pressure cutout switch. Add freon or 134A to bring up suction side pressure. https://www.6ya.com/callphilipforhelp

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on May 19, 2019


Sounds like the beginning of a bad 02 sensor. If your engine light is on that’s the issue. I could almost guarantee it. Any auto part store will read the ecu codes for free.

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on May 15, 2019


Under your dash there is a small lever with a handle and marking. pull this for ejecting the bonnet. use your palm to push off the safety lack that hold the bonnet- safety for holding on during high speed/ wind if the bonnet lack opens- to lift up your boonet. You can look through the gap of the bonnet to see this safety latch.
now on top of the engine you will see the cap for the oil inlet.
Now beffore you do that , use the dip stick to look for the oil level. wipe it and check again. Only if the oil is down you need to replace. Also topping is not required unless the engine is old/bad. otherwise it is important to change the oil filter and oil along with your service. So check this out. Good day

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on May 13, 2019


Just for fun try unhooking your negative battery cable for a couple minutes to do a reset or reboot .

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Apr 05, 2019


You would have to ask a dealership. If Google doesn't know, then no one does and this code doesn't exist.

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=hyundai+elantra+with+a+drain+reset+code+9.76A

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Feb 24, 2019


Possible issue with the clutch pedal lock out switch. This switch will not let the engine start unless the clutch is full depressed.

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Feb 14, 2019


Hi is it that the safety belt
it is surely the safety belt that has jammed in door if so get someone on outside to hold it in the open position and the other one inside to push hard with his feet,it some times take a kick to open from inside not saying you should but there you are some times it the only way.
Take care all best to you. Clive

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Jan 10, 2019


See if ur ableto shift it at the trany with ur hand into gear go to underhood or under car to the transmission disconnect the leankage should popoff with screw driver maybe hard but it just pops up have someone start car hold foot on brake with ebrake on and shift it one click should be reverse take ebrake off and see if it goes in reverse if it does its ur shift solinoid right there werelinkage clips on if dont its inside ur transmissoin

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019


Even perfect electronics have trouble making an engine run properly if the mechanical parts aren't similarly in good order and when an engine obviously isn't right but nothing obvious is wrong it is time to check the less obvious, in particular check for dribbling injector(s) and bad spray patterns and of course fuel pressures.

It is also worth carrying out a cylinder leakage test (compression test is inadequate) to ensure the intake valve seats aren't leaking.

Hyundai Elantra... | Answered on Dec 20, 2018

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