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 Post subject: Free Internet Coupe Workshop Manual
PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:01 pm 
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I`ve noticed that many of our newer Members don`t seem to realise that Hyundai (U.S.A.) have a long-established online facility, which includes a full workshop manual, for all Hyundai cars sold in the U.S.A.!.

Coupe owners should note that all 3 generations of Coupe are known as Tiburons in the States & that the 1.6 model is not covered......as it was never sold there!.
Info. on the 1.6 litre 16V Alpha II engine can be found by looking at the post 2000 Accent section, but bear in mind that some U.K. 1.6 Coupe`s may have a 1.6 Beta motor, which never reached the U.S..

Please note that there are some minor differences in spec. between U.S. & U.K. cars......these are mostly things like wiring colours, but air-mass sensor systems occasionally vary between MAF & MAP types at different years than over here.

You must use Internet Explorer to access this Site :-
http://www.hmaservice.com/authenticator ... efault.asp

To get a password automatically emailed to you.....can take a couple of days.....you must register.
Once on the Site, click `Service Information`, enter your car`s details (remember you drive a Tiburon!) & click the `Shop`(workshop) tab.

Many Members have found in the past that it pays to check this Site.....which is referred to as "Webtech"..... before posting questions on here!.

I hope Newbies find this as useful as I did, when I first started using it 5/6 years ago!.
Nick. :)


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got my password within 10 mins..............


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i can beat that 1 min 28 sec!!!!


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This is a usefull site, well worth a viewing, after I registered it only took the time from registration site to open my email to recieve the password about 20 seconds.


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Hey there

I've managed to log on to the web site and get my user name and password, But when i try to look at the manual it will not show the pictures. I've tried on other PC's and it is the same, Has anyone else had this problem?


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I'm just after joining this site + i can't see any pics either !
I'm using Internet Explorer 6 .


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Mathew Newton, your local friendly Moderator has neatly condensed the stuff from that site here...

http://www.newtonnet.co.uk/coupe


It's invaluable and much more user friendly than the original. As Mathew has put so much work in, it would be a shame not to make use of this....
.....and spend an evening reading through his house renovation.....
...and leave a comment in the guest book if you're feeling sociable. :)


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I should make you my PR agent... ;)


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Just to add - I've uploaded a scan of the service schedule for the Gen 1 (should cover Gen 2 too) along with engine/fluid charts as the question often comes up as to what gets done when:

http://www.newtonnet.co.uk/coupe/service.htm

Mathew


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Thanks alot for the info guys got my password within 20secs and the personel website of mjnewton is awsome


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Bump for anyone that didn't find this yet. If you don't actually need it.....you possibly will..... :)


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Bump for all the newbies and some of the regulars, Its worth getting this site in your favorites it answers many of the questions that keep getting asked on the forums and usually gives a step by step pictorial guide to dis assembling (and assembling) your coupe.


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 Post subject: Part list needed
PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 7:51 am 
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Is there any website with Hyundia Coupe parts listed with their part numbers
i have a Hyundia Coupe FX model which requires a new or seconhand CONNECTOR for the mass airflow meter
thanks
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Hi
Thanks for the link. great website lots of information on how to?
i spent 30 mins or so looking but could not find anything that listed part numbers.
do you know where i should be looking?
thanks again
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I don't think it would do much good cos the american part no.s are different anyway :roll:


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 Post subject: PDF Service Manuals
PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2007 11:34 pm 
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Hi!

I found a Russian site with all the Hyundai Service Manuals in pdf format.

By the way the engine on my 2000 Coupe is documented (mechanical and electrical) in the Elantra 96 manuals.

http://www.hyundai-autoclub.ru/

Enjoy!


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Looks like they've gone over their bandwidth quota for today...

(no, I don't speak Russian but Google Translate kind of does!)

Looks promising though!

Mathew


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Has anyone actually successfully downloaded these yet?


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I have just got the 2003 manual, but when I went to get another document it is going to wrong link.
I now cannot even go to link that worked first time.

At least I got one though. :D

Daz.

PS: It's in English as well.


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Sorry i forgot to mention i got them all in the end.

All seem ok..

Just noticed they've added the Owners Manual now....

The site is up and down all the time i noticed. All links working ok now..... (08:21 18/1/2008)


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 Post subject: Re: Free Internet Coupe Workshop Manual
PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 6:30 pm 
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I HAVE A 2003 MODEL THE WEBSITE DOES NOT HAVE ANY MANUALS FOR THIS. DO U KNOW ANYWHERE ELSE?


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stop shouting.... (pls dont post in caps - is a pain to read and taken as shouting and may well just be deleted in future due to having many warning about this now.)

as others have said in replies to you, check http://www.hmaservice.com/

it's a US site, so remember to swap a lot of the info left-to-right, but most of it's all there - oh, and the gen 3 is the "GK Coupe" to them.

if you've got a specific problem that's not covered on that site then ask ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Free Internet Coupe Workshop Manual
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DAZBECKS23 wrote:
I HAVE A 2003 MODEL THE WEBSITE DOES NOT HAVE ANY MANUALS FOR THIS. DO U KNOW ANYWHERE ELSE?


Thats strange because I got the info for removing the foglights from the 2003 2.0l section of the website. So you can't be looking hard enough.


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All I can say is, thank you Mr Newton!

(funnily enough, you share a last name with my partner)

Seems Newtons are a very helpful bunch! :D


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I can't seem to sign up, it is asking me to check a privacy and policy box, but I can't see a box to tick.

Any ideas?

Cheers


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mjnewton wrote:
Just to add - I've uploaded a scan of the service schedule for the Gen 1 (should cover Gen 2 too) along with engine/fluid charts as the question often comes up as to what gets done when:

http://www.newtonnet.co.uk/coupe/service.htm

Mathew

Bypass that site if you like, the info is here...


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Where?


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mjnewton wrote:
Just to add - I've uploaded a scan of the service schedule for the Gen 1 (should cover Gen 2 too) along with engine/fluid charts as the question often comes up as to what gets done when:

http://www.newtonnet.co.uk/coupe/service.htm

Mathew


at the link above.....

http://www.newtonnet.co.uk/coupe/service.htm

click there!


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But I was looking for the Gen 3 workshop manual!


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then try this link, also from this thread:
http://www.hyundai-autoclub.ru/coupe/


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Ah, good one, thanks lily


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DereksDontRun wrote:
stop shouting.... (pls dont post in caps - is a pain to read and taken as shouting and may well just be deleted in future due to having many warning about this now.)

as others have said in replies to you, check http://www.hmaservice.com/

it's a US site, so remember to swap a lot of the info left-to-right, but most of it's all there - oh, and the gen 3 is the "GK Coupe" to them.

if you've got a specific problem that's not covered on that site then ask ;)
Great site m8 :thumbup


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 Post subject: 2003 2.7 Workshop Manual...
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Hi everyone. Great site by the way - I'm new to the Coupe and have been busily trawling through the forum. I'm trying to track down a workshop manual for a 2004 V6 and have looked at the US site but it doesn't seem to give very detailed mechanical instruction - e.g. 'Engine Removal' or similar etc... I could be looking in the wrong place though! I also downloaded the suggested Russian PDF but, they don't seem to have one that covers the V6.

Does anyone have any suggestions by any chance? Many thanks.


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Cracking site, very very useful.


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 Post subject: Re: 2003 2.7 Workshop Manual...
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riemans wrote:
Hi everyone. Great site by the way - I'm new to the Coupe and have been busily trawling through the forum. I'm trying to track down a workshop manual for a 2004 V6 and have looked at the US site but it doesn't seem to give very detailed mechanical instruction - e.g. 'Engine Removal' or similar etc... I could be looking in the wrong place though! I also downloaded the suggested Russian PDF but, they don't seem to have one that covers the V6.

Does anyone have any suggestions by any chance? Many thanks.


Hi, what you need to do in order to get the spefic details, is click detailed search, and all the results from that will be in a detailed view with instructions. Just keep searching, and you will be able to find anything, torque settings, part names, tools and anything else you will need to know.


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