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I need timing marks on 2005 tucson
Hi there's this website something like reliable-store and it is very amazing for manual for repairing servicing anything
someone on fixya recommended it to me and I thank him even today
They have full manuals and it's verrrrry cheap and mine
I got free in offers
3rd time I bought it, I also had an issue with the file so the girl replaced it in 30 mins
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Try these out brother
on Jun 17, 2019
Clutch pedal is very heavy to push down
If the clutch in your car is hydralic there is no way to adjust that type of clutch. That you describe the clutch as being hard to push and that you have to have the clutch "right down on the floor to engage a gear" is an indication that the clutch is worn and needs to be replaced. If the clutch in your car is pushed by a cable, the cable might be adjustable and if that is the case you might get a few more months of use from the car, but the fix is still the same, you will need to get a new clutch put in your car.
on Sep 18, 2018
2005 Hyundai Tucson Stalls
Check the obvious, if the battery has corrosion on the terminals clean it off with some coke. It could also be your alternator. If you hear a clicking noise when you try the key to restart after a stall it might be your starter motor. Or just tell them to pull the code at the dealership and it should greatly narrow the problem. Thats standard at the Firestone I go to.
on May 13, 2018
2006 Hyundai Tucson Car - the battery is totally
this is for honda acura but it also might work for you too.
Open hood ensure new battery is disconnected.
Open main fuse panel cover under hood and remove horn relay (so you don't have to listen to the horn).
Use the key to lock the drivers door.
Connect the positive battery terminal.
Connect the negative battery terminal (security system will now activate, hazards lights will flash and horn would be going off if the relay was not removed).
Use the key to unlock the drivers door.
Get in, close drivers door.
Use the key to start the engine.
Security system will deactivate.
Get out of vehicle, reinstall horn relay, replace fuse panel cover, close hood.
on Oct 15, 2017
Hyundai Tucson 2005 V6 Auto.
I think your steering was OK to begin with before the "overhaul" But I also think that the knock you described is caused by two worn sway bar bushes. You should replace the two drop links while your at it. Whole job is only an hours labour and parts are quite cheap. Try Rock Auto.com they sell loads of them. This is my third Tucson. First one developed a knock at about 40,000. 2nd Tucson at about the same mileage and my current Tucson has 49,450 miles on the clock. Just replaced them and it rides ( and steers) perfect once again ( no noisy clunk every time I hit a pothole). You need to drop the subframe slightly at the footwell to get the clamps off.... My bet is, your guys lubricated the bushes with WD40 while they had easy access. Try it yourself .... spray the bushes and the noise goes for a short time..... If it helps.... I also think there is an airlock in the steering fluid. BTW: Hyundai tech guys know about this problem with the bushes not lasting that long. The rubber bulges out of the clamp under certain loading conditions. They fit a jubilee type clamp on the inside of the bushes now to stop it happening. but I think the rubber is too soft. When you take them off, the car is at a standstill and they don't look worn. They do however bulge out of the clamp slightly and allow the bar to move outside the design spec and this causes a knock. Sometimes you can even feel it through the pedals. Hope that helps. Mike
on Aug 15, 2017
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