Question about 2006 Hyundai Accent
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1987 honda accord lxi 5 speed
Shop one of your pick and pull yards for a tranny. You will diffenatly have to pull it out to fix the gear,unless it is just in the shifter which won't press the shifter fork in the transmission far enough press the 5th gear into mesh(or into gear).
Sounds more like it might be in the gear shifter. Linkage worn or stretched, or a bushing out of the linkage. Take the plastic console off and look at the action of the shifter if it has alot of freeplay when trying to put it into 5th gear I would say, Get a junk yard shifter.
If you go into transmission It has to be pulled out of car to dissassemble it and it really is a job for a transmission specialist. Get a Junk yard tranny and just replace it. They usually give a gaurantee of some sort with the tranny.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
I use to have a Hyundai Pony once, there was no cable there.
But still you need to remove the inside cover etc. to get there.
I became an expert blindfolded and a hyunday hater afterwards.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Hyundai Accent plug gap
Under the hood you will find a white sticker, about 2-3 inches wide. On it will have the engine size/group and the spark plug gap and other service information. Good luck
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Go to hyundaiusa.com and then click on OWNERS on their menu bar. Then create a new account for your specific Hyundai vehicle year and model. Once you successfully log into your account, under the My Vehicle page you should see an underlined link labeled "Owners Manual". Clicking on this link, you will then be able to download a complete PDF version of the original owners manual.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
You have to take out the ash tray, and remove those two screws, then pop out the center dash trim. Careful, though, you have to take out a lot of the wiring inside of your center dash trim in order to pull it out for enough room to move the radio in and out. I'm doing this right now, actually..
Posted on May 22, 2009
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