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I have Hyundai breadmaker, it's can ON but not moving. Suspect to have the rubber problem. How to change the rubber? Tq.

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Changed brakes rotors and clibers Twice, they were run down to bare steel on 50 Mi. The car runs at 7000 RPM's on and off while driving under 30 MPH. what is is ?

sounds like your brakes are hanging up would check caliper slides and hi-pressure rubber lines also check caliper mounting bracket and make sure pads move freely before mounting caliper over pads pads should move freely on mounting bracket

May 16, 2016 | 2003 Hyundai Accent

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Shifter for low and high range won't switch from high to low 10 speed eaton fuller manual transmission

the small air valve at the box will be suspect as they tend to seize up and not move
check that the plastic air lines to the switch or box are still intact
check that the gear knob is operational
some knobs are where you move the lever sideways to change the ratio and others have a pull up knob under the lever handle
the flick switch sometimes develops problems in the rubber"O" rings

May 04, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Just bought r reg (1997) hyundai accent 1.3 the central locking dos'nt work and also just found out no fuse in abs in the fuse box please help

without havin a quick look i couldnt say about the central locking but my main suspect would be the drivers door lock ,its all integrated into the lock mechanism but sometimes i get them to work with a bit of a switch cleaner spray ,other times its the where the wires run through the rubber shroud from teh door to the door pillar,as for the abs well thats simple its just a case of isolating the fault on one of the sensors on the wheels ,they use a magnetic paint sort of stuff on the back of the wheel bearings and it can get damaged or corrode off on a uk reg vehicle .just myself a new car as well yesterday a 1998 rover 400 top of the range turbo diesel everything in fact for 150 euros UK reg so it will be given a proper service then my daughter can fly over and pick it up .Well pleased a much better buy that a hyundai as they are cheaply built and do suffer from problems you describe including a gearlever thats moves everywhere and collapsing seats plus a dash that warps and cracks .Pity about rover though as such a good quality build of car

Apr 11, 2011 | 1997 Hyundai Accent

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My car can run the engine smoothly. Around 30" after release the throttle, engine has stop. But easily it can start again. What the real problem. "Model Sonata 2 - VR4 engine". TQ

Loo around in the engine compartment for any hoses that have come un-plugged from their original locations.

I had this same problem while changing the head gasket on an 02 sonata, I forgot to plug the brake booster vacuum line back in; the car would start and run while i held the gas pedal down, however it would die when I let off.

Hope this helps.

Feb 09, 2011 | Hyundai Sonata Cars & Trucks

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Car makes a big clunking noise when you first start to move

Hyundai Sonata is a front wheel drive.
When moving in a straight line,the noise will be from motor mounts,transmission mounts and stabilizer support from the top / front of the engine.
Inspect for rubber bushing ware and loss mounting.
Lift up the vehicle with jack stand or a shop lift to give a better view of the worn parts.
Check the CV plastic boot axles.
A worn CV will make noise on tight turns.

Jan 28, 2011 | 2005 Hyundai Sonata

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Hyundai accent 02 changed washer pump, but still no water to rear screen , front screen works okay,suspect wires or fuse ,please help

I have had 4 saturn, 1 subaru, 1 suzuki, 1 hyundai wagons and all of them had a separate pump and reservoir for the rear wiper. Are you quite sure that the front pump supplies the rear window?

Oct 28, 2010 | 2002 Hyundai Accent

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Belts not moving

You should change the Harmonic Balancer that is a pulley with a rubber cover comes off when the rubber is not transmitting movement to correas.thanks

Feb 27, 2010 | 1995 Hyundai Sonata

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How to change head lights of hyundai 1.3i

OK> you may or may not want to disconnect the battery and take it out to give yourself more room. Once you have done this a time or two you will find that you can do it without taking the battery out. When you open up the hood and you are facing the car looking into the engine compartment (we will start with the battery side first). Where the headlights are on the front of the car, under the hood is where the bulb is located. You will see an electrical connector going into a black rubber cover. Peel the black rubber cover back and disconnect the electrical connector. Place the rubber cover to the side and on the inside you will see a very unusual looking paper clip contraption that holds the headlight bulb in place. The secret to this is that it is under tension and held in place in a slot at the bottom. All you need to do is press down, and move it sideways a little bit and it will pop out of the slot. When the paper clip contraption has come out of the slot at the bottom, simply lift it up, and the bulb will come right out. Put the new bulb in, slide the end of the paper clip contraption back into the slot in the bottom, place the black rubber cover back over the headlight area making sure the the (3) prongs from the light bulb are sticking out of the middle of the rubber cover, Re-connect the electrical connector, do the other side the same way and when you are done test the lights to ensure that they both work properly.

Feb 19, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai Accent

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Piston doesnt pull back in

piston gripping you need to change those caliper or if piston goes in fine the caliper sleeve need to move freely and pad need to go in easy in the braket clean and remove rust lub and make sure evething move freely hope this help fixya our post

Jul 12, 2008 | 2000 Hyundai Accent

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