If you're able to log in, you can access the service manuals by going to
"Service Information" and clicking on the "Shop" tab. You may need to
have your pop-up blockers turned off. I've not heard whether the new
format works with browsers other than IE.
Most likely. A friend of mine tested the site with Internet Explorer
on a McIntosh and it did NOT work.
I will send them a message to tell them Microsoft Internet Explorer is
not the only game in town.
Fortunately, Hyundai did not put Windows in the Engine Control Unit.
Microsoft tries to invade the automotive world via the entertainment
systems. No doubt, they would like to see Embedded Windows in all the
car microcontrollers. Could you imagine the result!
Crap the only way I've been able to change the timing belt on either
of my 92's is to pull the darn engine half out of the car and I also
eventually purchased the special tensioner tool . There is no friggen
clearance!!!!!! Oh and pay attention to counter rotating the engine
after installing the belt otherwise ....POING! goesthe new belt when
you start the engine . Thank god it was alot easier on my 01 Elantra .
Mortech on ElantraXD
On Mon, 08 Aug 2005 17:14:30 -0400, "hyundaitech"
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