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The Hyundai Elantra is a small car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai that is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine developed by Mitsubishi. In 1993, the car was redesigned. The second generation, launched in 1995, was available as a sedan and station wagon. In 1998, new front grilles were introduced for the 1999 model year. The model was given the model codes "RD2" or "J3". All U.S. models were equipped with front and side airbags, air conditioning, and power locks. A liftback version has been offered as Car of the Year, and the only additions to the GT were a power sunroof and anti-lock brakes with traction control, the only major option was a Kenwood MP3/CD player. The GT sedan was launched in 2003 and discontinued in 2005. The Limited is equipped with 6-cylinder GLS steel wheels. The five-door GT model was available until the end of the 2006 model year and came standard with alloy wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, and ABS. The XD model is available with a 2.0L gasoline engine. The Hyundai Elantra with manual transmission offers improved fuel economy. Hyundai offers a model based on the Hyundai i30 platform, sold as the Elantra Touring. The base "L" model comes standard with a CD/MP3/Extra package with four speakers, front airbags, power front windows, and manual rear windows. Hyundai introduced the LPI Hybrid at the 2009 Seoul Motor Show. The LPI Hybrid is a mild hybrid. It is the world's first hybrid electric vehicle with an internal combustion engine adapted to run on LPG.

Despite being a reputable vehicle by Hyundai, the Elantra is prone to wear and tear, necessitating regular checks to maintain its performance. A common issue reported by owners on is lower MPG than EPA estimates, causing engine performance issues, metallic sounds, and a decrease in power during acceleration. Engine overheating and no-start situations are frequent as well, often traced back to faulty components like the oil and air filters, rod bearing, radiator hose, drive belt, and fuel filter. The second prevalent issue involves the braking and suspension system. Elantra drivers mention noisy brakes, vibrating brake pedals, and instances where the rear brakes lock up on wet surfaces. Suspected parts include the brake pad set, brake disc, and brake proportioning valve. Suspension failure, often caused by a broken sway bar bushing, also adds to the Elantra's troubles. Apart from these, daily used parts like door lock cylinder, cabin air filter, wiper blade, antenna mast, antenna, and fog light, which often go unnoticed, require regular inspection for optimal driving comfort and performance.

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Hyundai Elantra Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove the Air Filter Box?
    A: To remove the air filter element, unclamp the air intake tube from the air filter box cover and remove the cover. Inspect the condition of the filter element and replace if necessary. Next, detach the housing from the inner fender panel by untightening the bolts. Remove the air filter box from the engine compartment. Remove the plastic push-pins from the radiator support and the air intake inlet duct. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to check and replace the Cooling Fan Assembly?
    A: The PCM controls the radiator cooling motor circuit via the radiator fan relay, using the Engine Coolant Temperature sensor to monitor engine heat. If overheating is detected, the PCM activates the radiator fan. The condenser cooling fan motor circuit is controlled by the condenser fan relay, linked to the AJC control relay circuit. To test fan motors, connect them directly to the battery using fused jumper wires. If the fan doesn't work, replace the motor. If the fan doesn't turn on when hot, the issue lies in the cooling fan motor circuit or PCM. If all components are functional, get the PCM checked by a dealer. Replacement steps depend on the vehicle model and year.
  • Q: How to remove and install the A/C Switch in Hyundai Elantra?
    A: For 2006 and earlier models, remove the temperature control cable by unplugging it from the heater and removing the center instrument panel bezel. Remove the switch assembly and A/C switch. Installation is the reverse of removal. For 2007 and later models, the cable is disconnected from the battery, the center instrument trim panel bezel is removed, and the heater control screws are accessed. The temperature control assembly is then removed and reinstalled in reverse order. For 2011 and later models, the cable is disconnected from the battery, side trim panels are removed, and the radio and air conditioning controller panel is removed. For 2017 and later models, the center console side trim panels are also removed. The controller is then removed and reinstalled. The temperature control cable adjustment for 2006 and earlier models involves adjusting the temperature control lever and temperature-door-shaft arm.