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2000 Hyundai Elantra
2.0L 4-cyl Engine Code [F]G4CP
140 bhp. @ 6000 rpm / Torque: 133 ft. lbs. @ 4800 rpm
2.0L - Inline 4-cyl (Gasoline)

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    P.i. improves fuel mileage an average of 2.3% and up to 5.7%. Reduces emissions such as hydrocarbons (HC) up to 15%, carbon monoxide (CO) up to 26% and nitrous oxides (NOx) up to 17%. Restores power and performance. Reduces the need for costly higher...

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Maintenance Schedule as Provided by OEM Documentation

Distance:
7,500 miles (12,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Automatic transmission fluid
Interval in Month(s):
6
Labor Units:
0.02
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The fluid used for lubricating and cooling an automatic transmission.
Distance:
7,500 miles (12,000 km)
Action:
Change
Item:
Engine oil
Interval in Month(s):
6
Labor Units:
0.18
Parts Units:
4.4
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A substance that lubricates and cools the moving parts of the engine and reduces corrosion and the formation of rust.
Distance:
7,500 miles (12,000 km)
Action:
Replace
Item:
Oil filter
Interval in Month(s):
6
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
1
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A cartridge-filled canister placed in an engine's lubricating system to strain dirt and abrasive materials out of the oil.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Air conditioning system
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The system of receiver/dryer, evaporator, condenser, compressor, refrigerant lines, controls and valves that allow for the controlled refrigeration of the air present in or entering a vehicle's interior.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Brake lines, hoses & connections
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.02
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: Tubes and their connections that carry brake fluid between the various components in a vehicle's brake system.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Brake pads, calipers & rotors
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.2
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: Brake linings, shoes, or pads are parts of a brake system bonded to an expendable friction material, that when hydraulically acted upon, create enough resistance to stop a vehicle. A brake rotor is the metal disc that rotates along with the wheels to which the fiction material can be clamped in order to stop or slow movement. Calipers refer to hydraulically activated assemblies that serve to clamp pads to a rotor in order to stop or slow movement.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Exhaust system
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.05
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A system of tubing that routes exhaust gases from the exhaust manifold to the rear of the car and into the air. The exhaust system includes catalytic converters and mufflers that help reduce air and noise pollution generated by an engine.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Steering & suspension
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.15
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A vehicle's steering is the collection of components that enable the operator to direct a vehicle in a desired direction. Suspension is the assemblage of joints, links and other components between a vehicle and its wheels.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Inspect boots & seals
Item:
Drive axles
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: In a front-wheel drive vehicle or a rear-wheel drive vehicle with independent rear suspension, the short axles that connect the driven wheels with the driving force. Drive axles typically have CV (constant velocity)-joints on their ends.
Distance:
15,000 miles (24,000 km)
Action:
Torque
Item:
Suspension
Interval in Month(s):
12
Labor Units:
0.2
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The assemblage of joints, links and other components between a vehicle and its wheels. The suspension in concert with the wheels and tires is largely responsible for a given vehicle's ride and handling characteristics
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Brake fluid
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.02
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The fluid used in the hydraulic brake system.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Brakes, rear
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A vehicle's stopping mechanism comprised of a pedal connected to a hydraulic master cylinder that can actuate clamping and/or expanding devices at all four wheels that slow or stop a vehicle's rolling motion. Also used to refer to the brake system's most frequently replaced parts, brake pads and/or brake shoes.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Drive belt(s)
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.03
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A belt that transfers the rotation of the engine through the crankshaft pulley to drive various devices, such as the alternator, water pump, air conditioning compressor or power steering pump.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Fuel filler cap & vapor hose
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.05
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The cap used to seal the fuel filler neck and the flexible tubing in the evaporative emissions systems.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Power steering
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A system that includes a power steering pump attached to the engine and driven by a belt, a pressure hose assembly, and a return line. A control valve is also incorporated somewhere in the hydraulic circuit.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Timing belt
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.2
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A "toothed" belt that drives an overhead camshaft or camshafts (and in some vehicles a water pump).
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Check level
Item:
Manual transmission fluid
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The fluid used for lubricating and cooling a manual transmission.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Flush/replace
Item:
Coolant
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.7
Parts Units:
1
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: Also known as "antifreeze." A mixture of water and ethylene glycol that has both a higher boiling point and a lower freezing point than plain water.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Replace
Item:
Air filter
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.2
Parts Units:
1
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A device that filters incoming air fed to the engine.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Replace
Item:
Fuel filter
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.3
Parts Units:
1
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A replaceable metal or plastic canister that prevents particulate matter and most contaminants in the fuel from reaching the engine.
Distance:
30,000 miles (48,000 km)
Action:
Replace
Item:
Spark plugs
Interval in Month(s):
24
Labor Units:
0.5
Parts Units:
4
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: Cables that carry a high-voltage electrical charge from the distributor cap or ignition coils to the spark plugs.
Distance:
52,500 miles (84,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Vacuum & crankcase ventilation hoses
Interval in Month(s):
42
Labor Units:
0.05
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: Flexible tubing connected between the intake manifold and vacuum operated components, and tubing in the PCV system.
Distance:
60,000 miles (96,000 km)
Action:
Inspect
Item:
Fuel lines, hoses & connections
Interval in Month(s):
48
Labor Units:
0.1
Parts Units:
0
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The tubing and connections that carry fuel throughout a vehicle.
Distance:
60,000 miles (96,000 km)
Action:
Replace
Item:
Timing belt
Interval in Month(s):
48
Labor Units:
2.6
Parts Units:
1
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A "toothed" belt that drives an overhead camshaft or camshafts (and in some vehicles a water pump).
Distance:
105,000 miles (168,000 km)
Action:
Change
Item:
Automatic transmission fluid
Interval in Month(s):
84
Labor Units:
0.5
Parts Units:
4.2
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: The fluid used for lubricating and cooling an automatic transmission.
Distance:
105,000 miles (168,000 km)
Action:
Replace
Item:
Automatic transmission filter(s)
Interval in Month(s):
84
Labor Units:
0.3
Parts Units:
1
Drive Type:
ALL
Description: A component in most automatic transmissions that is fitted over the fluid intake, usually in the pan, that prevents debris and other contaminants from circulating throughout the transmission's inner workings and potentially causing unnecessary wear or damage. Some transmissions use a reusable metal or nylon mesh-type screen in place of a disposable filter.

Service Bulletin as Provided by OEM & NHTSA

Bulletin Date:
1999-09-01
Bulletin Number:
9901003
NHTSA Item Number:
6089268

Component Description: Equipment:other:labels.

Service Bulletin Summary: This tsb provides information regarding the location and correct information of the emission labels. ( nhtsa item number - 6089268 ).

Bulletin Date:
2000-10-01
Bulletin Number:
0020004
NHTSA Item Number:
618320

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:engine:gasoline.

Service Bulletin Summary: On some vehicles, a noise may be heard for the first few minutes after starting and driving in cold weather from the engine compartment. ( nhtsa item number - 618320 ).

Bulletin Date:
2000-10-01
Bulletin Number:
0001006
NHTSA Item Number:
618336

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:exhaust system:emission control.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding mass air flow sensor connector replacement campaign. ( nhtsa item number - 618336 ).

Bulletin Date:
2000-10-01
Bulletin Number:
091000
NHTSA Item Number:
618340

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:exhaust system:emission control.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding a voluntary customer notification (mass air flow sensor connection recall campaign) on certain vehicles manufactured between june 1, 1999 and june 16, 2000. ( nhtsa item number - 618340 ).

Bulletin Date:
2000-10-01
Bulletin Number:
061000
NHTSA Item Number:
618341

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:exhaust system:emission control.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding campaign 040 - mass air flow sensor connection recall campaign. ( nhtsa item number - 618341 ).

Bulletin Date:
2000-11-01
Bulletin Number:
0040017
NHTSA Item Number:
618331

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding transaxle diagnostic trouble codes. ( nhtsa item number - 618331 ).

Bulletin Date:
2001-01-01
Bulletin Number:
010101
NHTSA Item Number:
618056

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Information on performing a test drive for transaxle shift quality. ( nhtsa item number - 618056 ).

Bulletin Date:
2001-12-01
Bulletin Number:
01400061
NHTSA Item Number:
633870

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Automatic transaxle pulse generator diagnostic trouble codes p0717 and p0722 - revised. ( nhtsa item number - 633870 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-01-01
Bulletin Number:
0250002
NHTSA Item Number:
628959

Component Description: Service brakes, hydraulic:foundation components:disc:caliper.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding front brake caliper rattle noise repair kit. ( nhtsa item number - 628959 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-03-01
Bulletin Number:
0240010
NHTSA Item Number:
631408

Component Description: Power train:automatic transmission.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject on automatic transaxle harsh or delayed park reverse or park drive engagement. ( nhtsa item number - 631408 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-03-01
Bulletin Number:
0240012
NHTSA Item Number:
631420

Component Description: Power train:automatic transmission.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding automatic transaxle diagnostic trouble codes list. ( nhtsa item number - 631420 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-06-01
Bulletin Number:
0240016
NHTSA Item Number:
633851

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding automatic transaxle oil leaking from oil pan gasket. ( nhtsa item number - 633851 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-06-01
Bulletin Number:
0290009
NHTSA Item Number:
633884

Component Description: Other.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding diagnostic guide for clifford and dei security system. ( nhtsa item number - 633884 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-08-01
Bulletin Number:
0240020
NHTSA Item Number:
633787

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Subject regarding automatic transaxle harsh and/or delayed shifts. ( nhtsa item number - 633787 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-10-01
Bulletin Number:
0240024
NHTSA Item Number:
10000568

Component Description: Power train:clutch assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Improved clutch release shaft upper and lower bushing. ( nhtsa item number - 10000568 ).

Bulletin Date:
2002-12-01
Bulletin Number:
0236028
NHTSA Item Number:
10000708

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:engine.

Service Bulletin Summary: Obd-ii readiness test drive cycle. ( nhtsa item number - 10000708 ).

Bulletin Date:
2003-07-01
Bulletin Number:
0380003
NHTSA Item Number:
10004429

Component Description: Structure:body:door.

Service Bulletin Summary: Interior door trim panel fabric repair. ( nhtsa item number - 10004429 ).

Bulletin Date:
2003-12-01
Bulletin Number:
0340022
NHTSA Item Number:
10005268

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Automatic transaxle pulse generator diagnostic trouble codes p0717 & p0722. 2004 accent included. ( nhtsa item number - 10005268 ).

Bulletin Date:
2004-03-01
Bulletin Number:
0340007
NHTSA Item Number:
10002344

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Ata solenoid diagnostic trouble codes p0740, p0741, p0742, p0743, p0745, p0747, p0748, p0750, p0752, p0753, p0755, p0757, p0758, p0760, p0765. ( nhtsa item number - 10002344 ).

Bulletin Date:
2005-01-01
Bulletin Number:
0501001
NHTSA Item Number:
10013509

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:exhaust system.

Service Bulletin Summary: Exhaust manifold assembly inspection and replacement campaign. ( nhtsa item number - 10013509 ).

Bulletin Date:
2005-01-01
Bulletin Number:
V04
NHTSA Item Number:
10013517

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:exhaust system:manifold/header/muffler/tail pipe.

Service Bulletin Summary: Exhaust noise coming from the engine compartment. Voluntary service campaign v04 involves inspecting and, if necessary, replacing the exhaust manifold. ( nhtsa item number - 10013517 ).

Bulletin Date:
2005-02-01
Bulletin Number:
151
NHTSA Item Number:
10015733

Component Description: Power train:automatic transmission.

Service Bulletin Summary: Automatic transaxle diagnostic trouble codes list. ( nhtsa item number - 10015733 ).

Bulletin Date:
2005-03-01
Bulletin Number:
0501001
NHTSA Item Number:
10015198

Component Description: Engine and engine cooling:exhaust system:manifold/header/muffler/tail pipe.

Service Bulletin Summary: Exhaust manifold assembly inspection and replacement campaign - v04. ( nhtsa item number - 10015198 ).

Bulletin Date:
2005-11-01
Bulletin Number:
0540018
NHTSA Item Number:
10018890

Component Description: Power train:axle assembly.

Service Bulletin Summary: Automatic transaxle diagnostic trouble codes list. ( nhtsa item number - 10018890 ).

Bulletin Date:
2009-07-01
Bulletin Number:
TSB-09-AT-01
NHTSA Item Number:
10030984

Component Description: (A) Engine and engine cooling:engine., (B) Power train:automatic transmission.

Service Bulletin Summary: Hyundai: automatic transaxle range switch diagnostic trouble codes p0705 (range switch signal problems), p0707 (range switch open circuit), and p0708 (range switch short circuit or multiple inputs). An improperly adjusted or improperly op ( nhtsa item number - 10030984 ).

Bulletin Date:
2016-09-01
Bulletin Number:
5NP-S9D9P-10
NHTSA Item Number:
10082725

Component Description: Power train:automatic transmission.

Service Bulletin Summary: This bulletin provides information on components, ( nhtsa item number - 10082725 ).


Recall Data Provided by NHTSA

#
1
Make(s):
HYUNDAI
Model(s):
ELANTRA, SONATA
Year(s):
1999, 2000
Manufacturer:
HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY
NHTSA ID:
00V259001
Recall Date:
n/a
Units Affected:
165,977

Affected Component: Electrical system:wiring.

Summary: Vehicle description: some sonata vehicles equipped with 2. 5 liter v-6 engines and all elantra model vehicles may have experienced intermittent low-speed engine stalling, which could occur if the maf (mass air flow) sensor electrical signal is interrupted as a result of engine vibration transmitted to the maf sensor connector wiring harness. .

Conequence: This condition can cause the engine to stall, increasing the risk of a crash. .

Remedy: Dealers will re-route the maf sensor connector wiring harness. .

Notes: Hyundai recall nos. 039 and 040. Owner notification began november 18, 2000. Owners who take their vehicles to an authorized dealer on an agreed upon service date and do not receive the free remedy within a reasonable time should contact hyundai at 1-800-633-5151. Also contact the national highway traffic safety administration's auto safety hotline at 1-888-dash-2-dot (1-888-327-4236). .

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