How to Replace the Heater Hoses in a Hyundai Sonata?

Answer The heater hoses in a Hyundai Sonata XG300 and XG350 can cause coolant to drip if they are damaged, brittle or mushy. You can change them yourself in an hour or less if you have the proper equipmen... Read More »

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How to Tighten or Replace Coolant Hoses in a Hyundai Sonata?

Properly maintaining a Hyundai Sonata includes checking the cooling hoses every spring and fall. Replace hoses every four years to keep your cooling system from leaving you in a lurch unexpectedly.... Read More »

How to Replace the Heater Hoses in a Hyundai Santa Fe?

The heater hoses in your Hyundai Santa Fe SUV let coolant from the heater core run to the vehicle to keep it warm. These hoses deteriorate after excessive use, so you need to examine them regularly... Read More »

Hyundai Sonata Heater Won't Work?

A Hyundai Sonata heating system consists of the engine thermostat, heater blower fuse, main panel, heater core, blower motor resister, air regulator doors and the blower motor. The process of elimi... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Hyundai Sonata?

Thanks to the tie rod and the tie rod end's role in the steering of your Hyundai Sonata, it's not surprising that when a tie rod end gets damaged or has too much play in it, the steering suffers. A... Read More »