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2002 Santa Fe changing from Celsius to Fahrenheit

 
Buckeyered
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      10-27-2006, 01:39 AM
Somehow the temp display now shows temperatures in Celsius instead of
Fahrenheit any idea how to change it back?
 
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hyundaitech
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      10-27-2006, 09:25 PM
The climate control head defaults to Celsius anytime power is lost (e.g.
dead battery). To toggle, hold in the ambient temp button and the cooler
temp button at the same time. The temperature scale should switch after a
few seconds of holding.

 
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      11-01-2006, 03:02 AM
That got it, thanks

On Fri, 27 Oct 2006 17:25:13 -0400, "hyundaitech"
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>The climate control head defaults to Celsius anytime power is lost (e.g.
>dead battery). To toggle, hold in the ambient temp button and the cooler
>temp button at the same time. The temperature scale should switch after a
>few seconds of holding.

 
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Buckeyered
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      12-31-2006, 05:25 AM
I have 59,000 miles on my SF and the local dealer said it was
mandatory that it be replaced at 60,000 or the warranty is void.
I have the extended bumper to bumper warranty taking the warranty to
10 years 100,000 and it seems like they threw in another year because
of a misrepresentation of the true horsepower. Do I have to replace
the belt it to keep my warranty or will I be covered if the belt
brakes after 60,000?
 
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Mike Marlow
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      12-31-2006, 12:40 PM

"Buckeyered" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I have 59,000 miles on my SF and the local dealer said it was
> mandatory that it be replaced at 60,000 or the warranty is void.
> I have the extended bumper to bumper warranty taking the warranty to
> 10 years 100,000 and it seems like they threw in another year because
> of a misrepresentation of the true horsepower. Do I have to replace
> the belt it to keep my warranty or will I be covered if the belt
> brakes after 60,000?


Read your owner's manual - it is required even for the basic Hyundai
warranty. As for your extended warranty, no one here can answer your
questions about it since no one knows what extended warranty you have. You
would have to read that warranty yourself to know what it requires of you.

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-Mike-
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Edwin Pawlowski
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      12-31-2006, 12:55 PM

"Buckeyered" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Do I have to replace
> the belt it to keep my warranty or will I be covered if the belt
> brakes after 60,000?


The belt does not affect the brakes at all. If, however, it breaks, you will
be SOL if you didn't replace it.


 
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Buckeyered
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      01-01-2007, 01:10 AM
I never caught my misspelling, mud in my face. Anyway I guess I have
to get the belt changed but my next question is should I replace the
water pump as well? Hyundai wants 550.00 to change the belt and never
said anything about the water pump but Firestone said they would do it
for 470.00 and another 80.00 if I change the pump. The water pump is
covered for another 40,000 miles and I am sure it will go out by then
so it would be covered.
 
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Edwin Pawlowski
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      01-01-2007, 04:20 AM

"Buckeyered" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>I never caught my misspelling, mud in my face. Anyway I guess I have
> to get the belt changed but my next question is should I replace the
> water pump as well? Hyundai wants 550.00 to change the belt and never
> said anything about the water pump but Firestone said they would do it
> for 470.00 and another 80.00 if I change the pump. The water pump is
> covered for another 40,000 miles and I am sure it will go out by then
> so it would be covered.


Tough call. If it goes at 39,900 miles, you'd have wasted $80 to change the
pump. OTOH, it if goes at 40,010 miles, it would have been far cheaper to
spend the $80 now. If is was me, I'd change the pump now and have peace of
mind for another 60,000 miles or so. I'd ask the dealer about it. In
general, I'd use an independent garage over a dealer for most things, but
I'd avoid Firestone also. If the dealer would change the pump at some
discounted price, I'd go with them this time around.


 
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Mad E Moe
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      01-15-2007, 05:45 AM
I'd just change it when I change the timing belt since you've already
got it exposed .
 
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