1997 Hyundai Elantra - Page 9 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues
hi this sounds like the elec operated coolant control valve has failed? common fault on ford models however to confirm this? if you warm engine to normal then turn temp setting to full hot do not put fan on yet! locate the heater hoses from engine to point they go into bulkhead of engine bay? feel each hose for heat ? if one is warm/hot and other much cooler/cold ? then cooler valve is not opening so coolant can flow thro heater matrix inside car understand?? unfortunate;y this valve is not servicable but is easy to change and not too expensive ? its location is normally at point prior to entering car interior and you will find it if you follow heater hoses? it may well be in bay below the grill below w/screen is normally plastic renewal will be apparent when you see it ? hope this helps ? just one point all above is on assumption you have checked radiator coolant level is topped up ?? if not this will also give no heat thro heater ? if very low
on Oct 28, 2008
Drain the coolant and disconnect the coolant outlet pipe connection hose from the coolant pump.
Remove the drive belt and engine coolant pump pulley.
Remove the timing belt covers and the timing belt idler.
Remove the coolant pump mounting bolts, then remove the generator brace.
Remove the coolant pump assembly from the cylinder block.
See an exploded view:
on Jun 27, 2008
HYUNDIA 1997 ELENTRA 1.8
Popular Problems Checks
1. Car will not go into gear:
- Gear selector cable has failed
- Brake lock solenoid has failed not allowing the gear selector to move out of "Park"
- Excessively low transmission fluid (note: if car is operated for an extended amount of time with low fluid level the transmission will fail prematurely)
- Shorted electrical component not allowing the PCM to control the transmission. Example: shorted fuse
- Flex plate (flywheel) is broken completely not transferring engine power to the transmission.
2. Car goes into gear but then fades out of gear or is slipping while driving:
- Transmission fluid is low
- Transmission clutch discs or bands are worn out or burned
- Faulty transmission shift solenoid.
3. Car goes into gear but does not shift out of first:
Tips About Common Problems and Fixes
- Blown fuse to the PCM controller
- Faulty vehicle speed sensor (VSS)
- Shorted second gear control solenoid
- Faulty transmission controller (PCM)
on Mar 12, 2010
1996 Elantra 1.6GLS- J2 switching off
I think idle speed control actuator must also be checked.
If you are not familiar with such repairs better take it to an authorized service shop.
fuel pump revoval
Remove the rear seat cushion.
To reduce the internal pressure of the fuel lines and hoses, first start the engine and then disconnect the electrical fuel pump connector.
Be sure to reduce the fuel pressure before disconnecting the fuel main pipe and hose otherwise fuel will spill out.
Disconnect the battery cable from the negative terminal of the battery.
Remove the high pressure hose and fuel return hose.
Remove the fuel pump assembly.
on Jun 09, 2008
ERROR CODE 43 ON CD
I just got the same message today...and rarely use the cd player. Was wroking, went to change cd's, then it would not load and gave error 43...anyone?????
on Sep 26, 2019
How to replace brake line on front brakes 2001 hyuandi elantra
Hose is held to suspension strut with c-clip, loosen and retighten union joint while still in clip for ease of undoing. then remove clip holding hose with pliers
Top up reservoir and to avoid fluid loss, Clamp existing rubber hose off above Wheel cylinders callipers. Spread brake pads slightly to clear disc rotor edge then undo callipers from hub - suspend from strut with cord or wire and unscrew old pipe. Immediately replace existing with new hose to callipers. With master cylinder reservoir sealed airtight undo union nut at top of existing rubber hose where clipped to strut. Replace existing lower hose fitting with new hose.Tighten union. replace c clip and bleed brakes at nipple on callipers until all air out of lines.
Job done road test for hard pedal repeat bleeding as necessary.
on Jun 03, 2019
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