Top 20 2007 Hyundai Elantra Limited Sedan Questions & Answers


better get it to a transmission shop ASAP

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get the OBD codes read as will point you in the direction of the fault

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You may still have a bad relay, or possible corrosion in the relay socket.

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Sometimes you have to go to the dealer with your VIN number, and they can reset. It is a security measure to deter thieves

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NO may be the clock spring in your steering wheel is broken or the impact sensor in the front is defective but don't worry it will not open when your driven.

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always centre out rotation, size of bolt torque value,or torque to yeld if long bolts.specs on line. cheers

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Few things could be going on. Let me first say a/c work can be very dangerous and should be done by a qualified technician. First check that you have freon in the system and is at the proper charge. Next check the compressor by unplugging it and supply a 12 volt aux power to pump. If it turns on move on to the pressure switch "thinking you know what to do if it doesnt turn on. " jumper the pressure switch with a small wire at the harness plug and see if it will turn on. If none of these work and ALL the fuses and relays are working replace the control head unit... but I still strongly suggest you bring it in to get it fixed...

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There may be 2 fuse boxes, one left of the steering wheel which should have a listing for the fuses and what they are for. The second is under the hood on the driver's side. Just lok around and you should be able to locate them.

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the fuse box is almost located in the sane spots on all cars 1. under drivers dash by E-brake cable. 2. on drivers lower dash around were your left knee is. 3. on the end of the drivers dash where the door panel touches it. 4. on the end of the passengers dash where the door panel meets it. 5. under the hood in a black plastic box, which will say fuses & relays on it. Then there is one other place on the passegers side of the center consule by where your left foot goes.

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You have to find the reason the check engine light is on. This will aid in diagnostics. Also, are you buying fuel at the same place both times?

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check the fuse

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if you live in the same type of area I do "cold" you might have a frozen washer bottle.. get the vehicle into a nice 60 degree f shop for a few hours.. if that doesn't work you need to get to the bottle behind the right front fender and blow through the lines "after draining the bottle" this solvent is poisonouse. www.hmaservice.com might help you with this is the sight I use when I need the technical info to fix these cars..

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Keep the remote in pockets no in key chain extra is very useful for you

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have to replace the isa on the throttle body [ if bad will make the car go in limp mode

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I need more info. Smokes from WHERE? From engine, or exhaust? What color is the smoke? Does it come and go? Is it just present at certain engine temperatures?
Can you observe anything leaking? Are you overheating? Are you consuming any fluids?

So, the cliff notes:
Engine could smoke initially, just from all of the handling, machining, new sealers, new paint....etc. This should subside, usually pretty quick Day or two, although odors remain longer. This is viewed as a non issue.
Smoke from exhaust. Blue is oil, not good. Typically you would be needing to add oil more often. Not good on this issue as something is wrong, somewhere. Major offenders are valve guides, and the piston/ring/cylinder relationship.

White smoke can be couple of things. Firstly, in absence of ANY issues, some white smoke, and some water can be observed. Not an issue. For every gallon of gas your burn, you produce a gallon of water. Most evaporates, but not all. Non issue.

Lots of white smoke, however, is not good. Antifreeze in the combustion chamber produces lots of white smoke, and smells sweet(er). This is not good, highest offenders are head gaskets (if it is determined a head gasket failed, remember it is NOT the gasket's fault. You must resurface (mill cut) the head or you'll suffer premature failure.) Sometimes heads crack, so pressure test the head(s) if you take them off.

So, as you can see, there are tons of possibilities and I need more information from you...

Doc

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why EPS lights still on while driving and did this problem during driving?

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need to listen for fuel pump to come on momentarily before startup.. if it dosent buzz for 1-3 seconds then the atoshutoff relay may be bad..

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This is one of the most easyest ones to do. Put your vehicle on a set of rams and block the rears tires so it cant roll. On your trnsmission the is a big pan. It will be about 2 inches thick and about 14 inches wide and long. There will be about 12 bolts holding it on. They should take a 1/2 scoket. Take about all of the bolts out and have a oil pan ready to catch the transmission oil. Drain what oil you can get out and then drop the pan. You will see the filter on the bottom of the trans when you drop the pan. Replace with a new on and put new gasket on the pan and reinstall. It will take about 8 quarts of Dextron 2 to fill it back up.

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