Hyundai Coupes/Sedans 1994-1998 Repair Guide



Proper maintenance and tune-up is the key to long and trouble-free vehicle life, and the work can yield its own rewards. Studies have shown that a properly tuned and maintained vehicle can achieve better gas mileage than an out-of-tune vehicle. As a conscientious owner and driver, set aside a Saturday morning, say once a month, to check or replace items which could cause major problems later. Keep your own personal log to jot down which services you performed, how much the parts cost you, the date, and the exact odometer reading at the time. Keep all receipts for such items as engine oil and filters, so that they may be referred to in case of related problems or to determine operating expenses. As a do-it-yourselfer, these receipts are the only proof you have that the required maintenance was performed. In the event of a warranty problem, these receipts will be invaluable.

The literature provided with your vehicle when it was originally delivered includes the factory recommended maintenance schedule. If you no longer have this literature, replacement copies are usually available from the dealer. A maintenance schedule is provided later in this section, in case you do not have the factory literature.

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Fig. Fig. 1: The VECI label, located on the underside of the hood, contains pertinent tune-up information

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Fig. Fig. 2: Vehicles with OBD II compliant engines will be identified on the VECI label

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Fig. Fig. 3: Underhood Component Locations - Early Model

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Fig. Fig. 4: Underhood Component Locations - Late Model