Note routing of the cable.
Disconnect the end at transmission.
Remove the meter cluster.
Disconnect the cable and pull cable out. Install new cable making sure the cable is not subjected to tight bends.
October, 8, 2013 AT 9:39 AM
I would like to inquire about: I have a vintage 2000 Hyundai Atos car.
What could be the problem?
Cold always immediately wants to suffocate and consumption of 5.5 liters, 7.5 liters increased.
Someone has met with that?
Sorry if I wrote the wrong question!
October, 23, 2013 AT 8:37 AM
Check the cold start system. Could be the IAC and throttle body needs cleaning.
January, 30, 2014 AT 8:49 AM
I would like to inquire.
I have a ELM327 interface device.
Is there a chance to join the Hyundai Matrix?
Or what software should be added or cable?
I would like to see what mistakes you could store.
There is no check engine lights, this 2000 vintage.
January, 30, 2014 AT 9:23 AM
I'm sorry, misspelled the interpreter.
January, 30, 2014 AT 7:47 PM
Unless it is a carburetted engine, otherwise there should be a check engine light.
January, 31, 2014 AT 11:30 AM
No carburetor. But there is no check engine light.
ELM327 interface could not communicate with him.
I tried a couple of software.
Ecu connection throws out
January, 31, 2014 AT 5:01 PM
If the Check Engine Light do no come on when ignition switch is turned on, you need to check the circuit first. It could be a missing power supply. If you mean the check engine light do not indicate any fault and the scan tool or software you use is not communicating, then you need to get the correct software and/or scan tool.
If the scan tool has a feature for OBD-II, use it instead of going for specific model/make.
February, 1, 2014 AT 12:57 AM
I looked at the check lamp on the instrument panel.
But there's no place glowing.
The panel on the right, but have no power over it.
I guess it was not in advance.
To do this, what kind of software would be compatible?
Where could I look?
Or is it the ELM327 interface to be good?
As I watched the basis of pin ISO9141 protocol to communicate with the car.
February, 1, 2014 AT 5:20 AM
I am not sure which protocol is the one you require but if the dash does not have any Chceck engine Light, you need to get it working first. It could be a power supply or ECM fault.