Where is the window fuse on a 1999 Hyundai Sonata?
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The spark plugs are located under the intake manifold. Nightmare of a design........ Had a shop quote 280.00 due to the labor involved. . ON A 2.4L 4 CLY ENGINE THE SPARK PLUGS ARE ON TOP OF THE ENGINE. THERE SHOULD BE 2 IGNITION COILS THAT HAVE 2 10MM BOLTS EACH HOLDING THEM DOWN AND 2 PLUG WIRES… THAT POP OFF. THE 2.5L AND 2.7L V-6 ENGINES HAVE 3 SPARK PLUGS UNDERNEATH THE INTAKE MANIFOLD WHICH MUST BE REMOVED. I have a 2000 Sonata with the 2.4L 4 Cyl. if it is the same engine, they are on the top of the engine, under the black plastic cover (around the oil filler) remove the 4 10mm bolts, and the cover lifts right off. there you will see the plugs, with a coil pack directly on top of 2&4, with short plug wires running to 1&3. both coil packs are secured with 2 more 10 mm bolts. if someone tells yo the plugs are under the intake manifold on this engine, they are mistaken, those are the injectors. (MORE)
En el asiento del conductor, debajo de donde se destraba el capot hay una caja de fusibles, el diagrama se encuentra dibujado en la parte interior.
Depending on the type of engine you have specifically, the firingorder will differentiate. For a 2.5L, 2.7L, 3.0L, and 3.5L V^engine, the firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6.
Answer . (This is all based on a '99 sonata, not sure of others).\n. \nThere's a secondary fuse box inside the car, way under the dash on the left hand side of the driver seat. Just get out of the car on the drivers side, get down on your knees and luck back under the bottom of the dash, there's… no need to remove anything.\n. \nFind the fuse box, it's pretty visible, just a black plastic box, and pull the front cover off it. There's a fuse puller inside the front cover, or there's a better one in the fuse box under the hood. There's also a map of the fuses inside the front cover to the internal fuse box, look for something called "c/lighter? I think. Should be easy enough. There's spare fuses in the front cover, too, or just go to the local hardware/automotive store. (MORE)
Owner's manual will tell you. If your tail lights have blown, it is possible that the live wire to the passenger vanity mirror is shorting out to ground and blowing the fuse. This is not shown on the wiring diagram. I discovered this after several days of replacing fuses and finally after blowing m…y last one I decided to put a strand of copper wire across the two blades of the fuse. I got into the car and when I turned the switch I got a smell of burning and a small plume of smoke came from the vanity mirror mounting. When I unscrewed the fitting the wires were chaffed and this what was causing all this grief. (MORE)
It took me sometime to figure this out too!! What I ended up doing after hours spent beating the daylights out of the rotors, I took my 4" grinder with a metal cutting cut-off wheel and cut the things off to the point where I could remove all the pieces. When doing this though, I was extremly carefu…l to be sure I would not cut into the hub. If you are going to attempt this I would suggest long sleeves, eye protection, and hand protection. Protect the cars body with newpaper around the wheel well, there will be flying bits of metal. use two 8mm bolts (i think that's the right size) and thread them into the two little holes evenly. hopefully the rotors will pop off sometimes the threads strip or the rotor will actually break. if it breaks i found it pretty easy to use a decent sized hammerand beat the rotor towards the car it will eventually split and losen up. (MORE)
you have to be a bit more specific on what you mean by "fix"...... what exactly is the window doing, or not doing for that matter.... there are a few things that could make a window stop working like your window motor or your regulator, but it could also be something extremely small like your master… switch on the door....elaborate more for an accurate answer (MORE)
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I am haveing this problem too. I have got soo close but then...well first off the cover over the satnav can simply pull off. then there are 2 screws underneath there that you take out. then you need to lift off the cover of the transmission shifter. it should just pull off with a bit of effort cause… it has those clips that when you push them in it spreds out a bit but it is pretty to get off. then you can remove your sat nav screen. unplug it to get it out of the way. there are 2 screws right at the back where the sat nav was sitting take them out. now this is where i get stuck. you need to pull pretty hard where the spare hole is just under the player. now the whole face bit comes out air vents buttons HVAC dials everything the whole centre bit is supposed to come out. there are 2 of those clips either side of the hole under the player, and 2 up near the vents, if you aim the vents down you can get a bit of a grip and pull the top 2 out. But i can only pull the left one out down the buttom the right one is well and truly stuck I have tried pinching the clip fromthe back and someone else pulling but it still doesnt come out. I will probably take it to dealer or car stero specialist to see if they can do it. go to www.carstereohelp.com. for 5 dollars they give you detailed instructions with pictures. i installed a kenwood CD player in about a half hour using the directions. (MORE)
Answer . \nUse a large wrench to take tension off of your serpentine belt and remove the belt from the alternator, (just the alternator). Disconnect the wires. Remove the bolts then the alternator. Put new alternator in place using old bolts. Replace wires (may only be one wire, depending on the …alternator). Get your large wrench back out, put the belt back on the alternator, and your good to go. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe main fuse box is inside, on the driver's side down below, far left. You literally need to get on the \nground to get at it to see or change any fuses. Inside the cover are extra fuses and plastic tweezers to pull fuses. There are a couple extra fuses in the side of the cover.
Answer . \nI have a 1999 Sonata, and my fuse panel is underneath dash on drivers side. It is to the left underneath dash, kind of hard to see, but easy to get to.
Answer . \nthe diagram is on the inside of the fuse box itself... both of them in fact
heyy this is all from memory so it may seem a bit general at times. We pulled a set out at a wreakers which was a bit time consuming but pretty easy. We were a bit inpatient and wreakless at times but then we had to be as the whole left side of the car had been totalled (not a nice site especially i…f you own a similar car). Anyways first what you want to do is pull the seats down in order to expose the screws for the carpet covering the back shelf and the plastic frame behind the seats covering the carpet. Once all the necessary screws have been removed (pretty much all of the ones you can see in the way (you might have to remove some of the plastic trim in the boot also)) you'll also want to remove any for the seat belts and the centre bolt for a child/baby seat belt. Next to get the carpet completely free there are some clips ion the top of the inside of the boot. These need to be unclipped and pushed in. In addition the rear centre light (if installed) needs to be unbolted. When the carpet is removed just unscrew the speakers, disconnect and there out. Hope this helps even in the slightest (MORE)
Answer . \nThe filter is located on the line boletd to the the undercarage of the car just to the front of the gass tank on the drivers side of the car.
\nAfter a long time of research for my car I decide to come back with an answer for this question to help out people in the future. If you call you Hyundai dealer they will give you a Hyundai # for a free manual incase you purchased the car used with no manual. Here is the # (800) 633-5151.\n. \n… fuse box cover \n. \nTry junk yards--I have a 2000 sonata with no fuse box cover and I am gonna check junk yards. (MORE)
Answer . it all depends on which wheel bearing you are trying to replace. for your front wheel bearings you have to remove the brakes, and axel. then you have to have a new bearing pressed into the housing. for a rear wheel bearing most of the time you can only purchase a pre packaged hub assembl…y. to replace that remove the brakes then remove the four bolts located on the rear of the hub assembly and it should come right off. (MORE)
What is wrong with the power window in a 1999 Hyundai Sonata that will only roll down a couple of inches then the motor stops?
Answer . \nthis happened to my grandmas buick. Im not saying this is the correct answer but in her car the motor was weaker then it was suppose to be, and the window had moved out of its track in the door.
Answer . could be any number of things most common reason why they burn out quickly is people touch the bulb with there fingers wear clean gloves when installing the lights. the oils from your hands get on the bulbs and will heat up causing the bulb to go out.
Chris-Modified.lted Sonata advising... First, remove all plastic covers on top of the engine. You will find there two (2) ignition coils and two black-rubber-kinda-plug. If you are a newbie in Sonata wrenching, mark all wires before you unplug any of em, cuz these coilpacks cost more than the car v…alue...so don't mess with..Then unscrew both coilpacks and pull-out the two black-rubber-kinda-plug. Ta-dam! You won't see them, they are deep so use a long extention for the ratchet. If there is some oil on one of em, this doesn't necessarely mean the piston ring is screwed, but it could also mean that the head gasket is worth the Hyundai brand...Make sure you unscrew counter-clockwise and please, be gentle when installing the new plugs, make sure you won't strip cross-thread...Hand-tight first. You don't want it to go to the junk-yard on a towing...if you still can afford it!!! (MORE)
instructions for an Australian car glove box on left.remove cointray in centre console , pops out when pryed with flat blade tools[butter knifes]. dissconnect 2 unused plugs attached to back andremove. when this is out there are 2 screws holding centre consoledown plus clips at rear which dissengage… when you pull it up.remove gear shift knob [unscrews].lift out centre console unplugpower outlet at front as you do.When this is out 2 screws at bottomof centre facia with be accessible, remove. now you can startpulling centre facia out it is retained by clips so pry and workback and forth till you get it. be gentle around the dashboard oryou will mark it up. ok so far so good. CAUTION YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PULL CENTREFACIA CLEAR AS YOU WILL BE HINDERED BY HEATER AND VENT CONTROLCABLES. to access these cables you must remove glove box anddrivers under dash panel. Glovebox removal. Mine had black plastic clips bothsides[difficult] these have to be removed in order to let theglovebox drop and access the mounting bolts and screws. the lidwill have to be partially closed to remove these. pry clips toinside of box partially close lid to be clear of stops. clips needto be at right angles to original position pushed to rear of slotand then pulled inwards [good luck i had trouble] now you canremove screws 2 top 2 bottom and 3 10mm fasteners 1 at top behindcatch 2 at bottom either side. when its out switch and light plugsremoved trace the heater actuating cable. Heater actuating cable is removed by unclipping the outer cableholding point thed slide it of its pin. Drivers side panel is secured by screws most you will see the onethat will give you trouble is behind the switches on the rightside. pop out these switches to access this screw. Once this is lowered you can get at the vent control cable, removedwith the same method as previously. Now finally you can pull the centre facia back and access the 4radio mounting scews . hope you find this saga helpful. (MORE)
Answer . putting in aftermarket radio and need color codes for 1998 Hyundai Sonata GL L4-2.oL
ANSWER . THE OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR IS LOCATED ON TOP OF THE TRANNY. BELOW THE BRAKE MASTER CLY. SHOULD BE 1 10MM BOLT AND THE CONNECTOR IS POINTING TOWARDS THE FIREWALL. THE INPUT SPEED SNESOR IS LOCATED UNDER THE SHIFT CABLE TOWARDS THE BELL HOUSING WITH THE CONNECTOR POINTING STRAIGHT UP.
Fuse # 8, Passenger compartment, located on drivers side behind lower crash pad. Small "door" in front of your left knee.
Remove cover," small door" from passenger compartment fuse block, located in front of your left knee on lower driver side crash pad. Fuse # 30 ( 15 amp ). This is for the ( motors ) that move mirrors. The fuse for The heaters is on same fuse block, fuse # 1. It only has power when you operate rear w…indow defogger switch. (MORE)
Answer . \nOBDI is not compatible with this vehicle. If you mean the OBDII diagnostic port then it is on the driver's side of the dash usually on the underneath side. Sometimes it has a little cover over it. Hope this helps.
Answer . I have a 99 Hyundai Sonata That the check engine light came on, and # 3 & 5 Injectors were fouled
You can find a fuse panel diagram for a 2002 Hyundai Sonata in thevehicle's owner's manual. You can also find it at select autostores.
Answer . It is extremely difficult. 1. Take out your car key 2. Place in door lock to unlock door on drivers side. 3. Insert said key in ignition starter switch 4. Turn ignition switch with key inserted to engine start. 5. Start engine 6. Place car in gear, either drove or reverse, de…pending on how car is parked. 7. Drive to nearest Hyundai dealer. 8. Go to the first mechanic you see. 9. Ask him/her how to program the radio. I bet they can do it on the first try and I also bet they wont charge you to do it. Dummy (MORE)
I have a 2006 Hyundai tiburon. I have the same problem. Had the computer module changed but it continues to happen. The dealer says that water is getting in the motor and causing it to stop. That is not acceptable
Safety is a major issue here. Get yourself a repair manual and follow the full instructions.
The 1999 Hyundai Sonata GLS came equipped with the 2.4L 4-cylinderand 2.5L 6-cylinder engines. Both engines had the F4A51 automatictransmissions. As of September 2014 the newest and downwardlycompatible automatic transmission fluid specification for theapplication is Hyundai SP-IV.
well i been driving a 99 sonata so far no problems with that area any ways i would advise u check ur wiring coz there could be a electric leak.
It's located below the steering wheel next to the break pedal. You'll see a small black case with some extra fuses and a fuse diagram on it.
The windshield wiper motor is under the front cowl. After removingthe cowl the motor should be easily accessed for replacement.
The 1999 Sonata oil filter can be found on the right hand side ofthe engine. The oil filter will be near the bottom of the enginenext to the oil pan.
\n. \n. \nThe input speed sensor is located on top of the automatic transmission near the engine. The connector points straight up and has 3 wires. The air filter and housing need to be removed to gain access to the top of the transmission. The battery needs to be removed in order to gain access t…o the 3rd bolt holding the air filter housing in place. There are 3 bolts that hold the housing in place. The sensor is held in place by a 10 mm bolt. You may have to clean the area around the sensor in order to reveal the bolt. (MORE)
The fuse panel diagram for this car can be found in the ownersmanual of the car. It can also be found on the back side of thecover of the fuse box.
Locate the fuse panel under the hood as follows:. See the battery? Go up a little. See that black box with what looks like a "button" on it? Twist that button counter-clockwise until it is "wobbly". Open the cover from wheel well side. Check the inside of the cover. The diagram is mapped out exactl…y as you see it in the box. "WNDW" means "window". I am not sure if there is a "fuse" per se, but there definitely is a relay (Small, grey, cube-sized fuse). If you don't see a fuse, try looking under the dashboard on the driver's side near the door and directly below the cruise control and TCS switches. It should be out in the open, uncovered. The box is yellow-ish in color. (MORE)
the fuses for the inside of the car is Dow under the dash just under the hood release bottom.
Just above the battery. There is a cross shaped black hand nut to loosten, and then the top of the box comes right off.
The usual location is in the driver side footwell, to the right of the steering column. You may have to use a flashlight to see it.
Its under the hood on theright side on top their is a star shaped hand bolt twist it off theur it is
i know where the fuse box is just wondering which spot is for the cruise control
First, disconnect the battery negative cable and remove the door panel very carefully. If you don't have the exact door removal tools, a putty knife or screwdriver will work to remove the door panel. Get the power window control switch and lock control rods out of the way, and make sure to note how …they go back together. Remove the weather protective shield out of the way, and try not to tear it because you will want to replace it. Knock the rivets out that are holding the motor and regulator to the door as well as the rivets that hold the track and window guide in place. Remove the power supply from the motor. Loosen the cap screws that hold the lift bracket to the bottom glass channel, but don't take out these cap screws. Using a piece of wire, hold the window closed, and loop this wire over one of the hold down cap screws and fasten the other end through one of the holes near the top of the door. When it comes to actually removing the mechanism, the seat belt anchor blocks any easy access to the door panel opening that would make it easy to remove. The mechanism can be removed by moving it as far back in the door assembly as possible and angling it carefully out of the door. Once the old unit has been removed, you can begin installing the new unit in the same place as the old one. Reattach the wires and close the car again the same way you opened it to replace the unit. (MORE)
I had the same problem and saw there was no answer. We figured out it's on the same fuse as the cigarette lighter. In the fuse box located under the hood, up of the battery. You unscrew the wing night and the box comes off.
I'm a girl, and if I were you I would not critize my answer. I am currently going to school to for auto mechanics and im sp2 certified and all data certified. If I were you I'd go to a jiffy lube or something like that and ask. All data is when they take your car and what not and type it all in an…d find things about your car its a certain program on computers, but i'd go to some place like that and look for all data certification in the window or something, they also have patches on their sleeves that indicate if they are all data certified or not. (MORE)
I have the car. My switch died. Maybe that's the problem. I know of no fuse dedicated to the fuel trap.
Yes,most cars have a fuse block under the drivers steering colum or right above the hood release latch
One of them accessed by opening driver's door and then pull panel off of dashboard where it meets the door. Another under the hood in a box by the battery