Hyundai Tiburon Repair and Maintenance
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Hyundai Tiburon ProblemsImproved Alternator Available
Prior to replacing the automatic transmission fluid (to improve shift quality), make sure that the transmission fluid level is correct. Also, make sure the computer that controls the transmission has the most up-to-date adaptive programming information. When servicing these transmissions be sure to use fluid approved by Hyundai.
Hyundai Tiburon QuestionsHow much would it be to put a new engine in my Hyundai Tiburon? Anyone you know? (1 answer)
I need to fix my car because I have a kid now. I didn't put any oil in my car that's why it's not working. Been sitting for about a year.
I bought it used and he sais starter was going out , sometimes it would start other times had to tap on starter. My bro looked under the car and pryed the starter back and it started everytime after that until yesterday , i turn key on and all lights light up but wont start , no clicking or noth...
Hyundai Tiburon RecallsHyundai Recalls Certain 2001–2003 Vehicles Due to Corrosion on Front Lower Control Arms
Hyundai is recalling 2001–2003 Elantra and Tiburon vehicles in areas of the country with heavy concentrations of road salt usage. Corrosion and thinning of the steel in the front lower control arms may progress to a point where the panels become perforated, which can cause a fracture between the ball joint and pivot attachments to the chassis. This could reduce driver control over the vehicle, which may increase the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect and replace the affected front lower control arms.
The steering gearbox assembly's left and right inner ball joint assemblies may contain internal cracks in the material. This may allow the inner ball joint to break away, separating the tie rod from the steering gearbox. This would prevent steering control to the wheel with the separated tie rod, which could cause a crash. Dealers will replace the steering gearbox assemblies free of charge. All owners were notified by telephone on April 8, 2005, and instructed not to drive their vehicles. Hyundai arranged for the pickup and return of the vehicles. The Hyundai recall number is 069.