2003 Hyundai Elantra Owners Manual

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obad on Feb 04, 2014.

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User and Operator’s Manual for 2003 Hyundai Elantra. Engine type 2.0 L 4 Cylinder in-lines DOHC – 2.0 L and 2.0 L SULEV. Free PDF Service and Owner’s Manual.

Table of contents

Section page
1. features of your Hyundai …. 1-1 1
2. Driving your Hyundai…. 2-1 2
3. What to do in an emergency …. 3-1 3
4. Corrosion prevention & appearance care .. 4-1 4
5. Vehicle maintenance requirements …. 5-1 5
6. Do-it-yourself maintenance …. 6-1 6
7. Emission control systems … 7-1 7
8. Consumer information & reporting safety defects .. 8-1 8
9. Vehicle specifications … 9-1 9
10. index….. 10-1 10

10. INDEX
A
Air Bag … 1-21 ~ 1-26
Air Cleaner Filter . 6-9
Air Conditioning
Care .. 6-13
Operation … 6-13
Switch .. 1-58
Air Filter . 1-64 ~ 1-65
Antenna … 1-92
Ashtray .. 1-41
Automatic Heating and Cooling Control System . 1-60 ~ 1-65
B
Battery .. 2-11, 6-16 Brake
Anti-lock system .. 2-8
Checking the brakes . 6-11
Fluid … 6-11
Pedal clearance .. 6-14
Pedal free play .. 6-14
Practices .. 2-7 ~ 2-8
Breaking-In your new Hyundai .. 1-1~1-2
Bulbs Wattage … 6-20
C
Care of Cassette Tapes .. 1-90 ~ 1-91
Care of Disc .. 1-90
Cassette Tape Player Operation (H240, H290).1-71 ~ 1-72, 1-83 ~ 1-84
Catalytic Converter .. 7-1 ~ 7-2 CD Auto Changer . 1-51 CD Auto Changer (H260, H290) .. 1-78 ~ 1-79, 1-87 ~ 1-88 Child-Protector Rear Door Lock . 1-4 Child Restraint System .. 1-16 ~ 1-19 Cigarette Lighter .. 1-40 Clock … 1-40 Clutch
Checking fluid .. 6-12 Pedal free play .. 6-14 Combination Light
Headlight flasher . 1-37 Headlight switch .. 1-37 High-beam switch .. 1-37 Lane change signal . 1-37 Turn signal operation .. 1-36 Compact Disc Player Operation (H260, H290)..1-76 ~ 1-77, 1-85 ~ 1-86 Consumer Information . 8-4 Cooling Fans … 6-17 Corrosion Protection
Cleaning the interior .. 4-3 Protecting your Hyundai from corrosion . 4-1 Washing and waxing . 4-2 Cruise Control .. 1-52 ~ 1-54
D
Defrosting/Defogging . 1-57 Door
Central door lock . 1-4
Door locks … 1-210Front door edge warning light . 1-48
Locking and unlocking front doors with a key .. 1-3
Drink Holder .. 1-41
Drive Belts . 6-13, 6-15
Driving
Economical driving . 2-9 ~ 2-10 Smooth cornering .. 2-10 Winter driving .. 2-10 Fuses .. 6-15
G
General Everyday Checks .. 6-3
Glove box .. 1-44
E
Emissions Control Systems .. 7-1 Engine
Before starting the engine . 2-2 Compartment .. 6-1 ~ 6-2 Coolant .. 6-5 Coolant temperature gauge . 1-33 If the engine overheats . 3-2 Number .. 8-1 Oil .. 6-3 Starting .. 2-3 Engine Exhaust Can Be Dangerous . 2-1
F
Floor Mat Anchor .. 1-49
Front Fog Light Switch .. 1-36
Front Seats
Adjustable front seats . 1-7
Adjustable headrests . 1-8
Adjusting seatback angle .. 1-7
Adjusting seat forward and rearward .. 1-7
Lumbar support control . 1-8
Seat cushion height adjustment .. 1-8
Fuel
Capacity .. 9-1
Gauge .. 1-32
Recommendations . 1-1
Fuel Filler Lid
Remote release . 1-49
H
Hazard Warning System . 1-39
Headlight Aiming Adjustment . 6-18 ~ 6-19
Headlight Bulb … 6-18
Heating and Ventilation
Air flow control .. 1-55
Air intake control . 1-55
Bi-level heating .. 1-56
Fan speed control . 1-54
Heating controls .. 1-56
Temperature control .. 1-56
High-mounted Rear Stoplight .. 1-47
Hood Release … 1-48
Horn .. 1-52
II
Ignition Switch … 2-2
Illuminated Ignition Switch . 1-2
Instrument Cluster and Indicator .. 1-28 ~ 1-29
Instrument Panel Light Control . 1-40
Instruments and Controls .. 1-27
Interior Light
Interior light … 1-44
Map light .. 1-43
Intermittent Wiper .. 1-38
J
Jump Starting .. 3-1
K
Keys .. 1-2
If you lose your keys .. 3-9
Positions .. 2-2
L
Replacing Light Bulbs . 6-18
Lubrication Chart . 9-3
M
Maintenance Intervals
Explanation of scheduled maintenance items .. 5-6 ~ 5-8 Maintenance under severe usage conditions . 5-5 Scheduled maintenance . 5-3 ~ 5-4 Service requirements .. 5-1
Mirros
Day-night inside rearview .. 1-47 Outside rear view .. 1-45
Multi Box … 1-45
S
Seat Belts
3-Point system . 1-13 ~ 1-16 Adjustable height . 1-13 Adjusting your seat belt .. 1-14 Care of seat belts . 1-12 Precautions … 1-11
Spark Plugs . 6-7 ~ 6-8
Spectacle Case . 1-44
Speedometer … 1-33
Starting Procedures .. 2-3
Steering Wheel
Free play … 6-13 Tilt lever .. 1-52
Stereo Radio Operation (H240, H260, H290)
. 1-68 ~ 1-70, 1-73 ~ 1-75, 1-80 ~ 1-82
Stereo Sound System .. 1-66 ~ 1-67
Sun Visor .. 1-51
Sunroof .. 1-42
Sunshade .. 1-42 O
Odometer . 1-34, 1-35
P
Parking Brake … 1-47
Passenger Presence Detection .. 1-24
Power Steering Fluid Level . 6-17
Pre-tensioner Seat Belt .. 1-20 ~ 1-21
R
Rear Seatbacks
Fold down . 1-9 ~ 1-11 Drink holder … 1-41
Rear Window Defroster Switch . 1-39
Rear Window Wiper and Washor . 1-39
T
Tachometer .. 1-33 ~ 1-34
Tail Gate … 1-51
Theft Alarm System . 1-4 ~ 1-6
Tires
Balancing … 8-2
Chains … 8-2
Changing a flat tire .. 3-4
If you have a flat tire . 3-3
Information … 8-1
Pressure .. 8-1
Replacement … 8-3
Rotation … 8-2
10-3
Snow tires … 8-2 Spare tire … 3-3 Traction … 8-2 Towing
A trailer (or vehicle) .. 2-12 Emergency .. 3-8 If your car must be towed . 3-7 Traction Control System(TCS) . 2-8 ~ 2-9 Transaxle
Automatic .. 2-5 Automatic transaxle fluid checking .. 6-10 ~ 6-11 Manual … 2-4 Manual transaxle oil checking . 6-10 Trip Computer .. 1-35 ~ 1-36 Trip Odometer … 1-34 Trunk Lid … 1-50
V
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) .. 8-1
Vehicle Specification . 9-1
Ventilation
Center ventilator .. 1-56
Side ventilator . 1-58
W
Warning Lights . 1-30 ~ 1-32 Windows
Manual … 1-6
Power … 1-6 ~ 1-7
Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch .. 1-38
Windshield Wiper Blades .. 6-9

Source: Hyundai Motor America

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