20 Most Recent 1997 Hyundai Accent Questions & Answers


I took the time to check the handles on the car and they look different. But in the beginning I was not sure if they could be used on both front and back, but by looking close to them I fihured it out. Thanks for having this site to help ppl out, I appreciate it!!!!!!

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


There are several things that could cause this, the quickest way to find the problem is using a code reader. Under your dashboard, normally on the left side, there is a standardized connector made to plug a diagnostic reader into; it may have a plastic cover over it but the connector has a number of round pins recessed. The code reader is plugged into this and the device reads the static memory that records error messages generated by the computer using inputs from numerous sensors on your car. These are displayed on a small LCD and need to be noted so one can decode the numbers from a manual or installed software on a standard computer.
The code readers range in price from ~$30 to nearly $200 US and are available from any auto parts store or many stores on line.
If you have no urge to own one, any service shop will have them  and charge you a couple of bucks to retrieve your codes and translate them.   

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Jun 06, 2018


when the airbag light is on it is disabled.
a scan tool can read the codes that are turning the light on,
a common problem is clockspring in the column.

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Mar 03, 2018


There is a shaft and then a column in the diagram for that car. The issue is most likely the u-joint on the shaft. The whole shaft comes with the joint and it is about 300 dollars for the part.

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Jan 21, 2018


by removing the cat converter and not fixing the fault you have created more problems for yourself
all you had to do was have the fault codes read to find the problem
running rough and over heating cat indicates flooding from problem injectors or excessive fuel pressure

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Nov 26, 2017


remove back seat bottom cushion to access fuel pump and wires ,the fuel level sensor is mounted to the side of the fuel pump module and will need to be replaced

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Oct 03, 2017


Sounds like a ECU problem. The main computer. Take it to a Hyundai dealership and have them check the computer. You don't say how many cylinders if the cylinders are next to each other could have engine or gasket damage

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Jun 09, 2017


I, feel sorry for you, after reading your problem, but don't worry you visit the Reliable-Store they will help you for sure.
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1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016


That little hole is called a tel-tale hole, it let's you know when the seal has started to leak, and prevents leaking coolant from entering the bearing..

You will need to replace your coolant pump..

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Feb 13, 2016


Most car makers have put them under the vehicle along the frame . jack up and block it crawl under and follow fuel line from tank forward till you find it

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Aug 04, 2015


intake?head?timing cover?valve cover?engine pan?transmission pan?transaxle case?torque converter?

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Mar 15, 2015


Check fluid level and condition. If it smells burnt or is not a healthy red, then do change the fluid and filter. If it still does not work properly after the fluid and filter change, you will need to have the transmission looked at by a good transmission shop.

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Feb 03, 2015


There isn't just one reason for this symptom. It may or may not be related to the recent head repair. Inspection of the engine compartment will be needed. I would first check to see if the engine light is on. If it is then the codes will need to be read. The codes could hold vital information to help get down to the bottom if this. If not, then look over the engine. Look for pinch, damage, pulled, or unplugged wiring and vacuum lines. your idle issue could be something simple. Maybe the mechanic accidentally put the spark-plug wires on wrong. The more tests that you run and the more information that you provide, it will help us narrow down your search. A large part of the engines functions are electronically controlled. It is possible that there is a failure within anyone of the many electrical parts. It is also possible that there is a mechanical failure. Low oil or fuel pressure, engine running cold, clogged filters, or a blockage inside the catalytic convertor, these could all be suspected and related. I guess the long and short of it is that yes, I have some ideas but no, I'm not sure which one applies to your car. Please write back with what you have checked, what you want to try, and any ideas that you have. Hopefully we can get down to the bottom of this soon. good luck.

1997 Hyundai... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015

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