What tools needed to change a output Sensor on a 2001 hyundai sonta. And is there a trick or something u need to do to change it right?


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The tools you will need to change an output sensor on a 2011 Hyundai Sonta include a jack, jack stands, a wrench and (of course) a replacement output sensor. The process on changing a 2001 Hyundai Sonta output sensor should be straightforward. If you have any problems with the instructions below, you should consult a car mechanic who will have the necessary experience to remedy your problem.

  • Firstly, you should ensure your car is parked on a level surface such as a driveway, in a location suitable to be worked on. Before completely the job you should leave the car to cool for around half an hour, if you have previously been driving it.
  • Lift your car bonnet using the jack, and set it on the jack stands - this will provide you with enough room to change the sensor.
  • Go under your vehicle at the front of your driver's seat. This is easiest done by sliding under head first on your back. Find the output sensor, which will be at the front of the transmission controls. It should stick out on the right hand side of the area and be connected to an electrical component. Unplug this component using the release tabs.
  • Using your wrench, unscrew the output sensor from the transmission.
  • Take your new output sensor and screw it in the place of the old one. Reconnect the electrical component, and ensure everything is secure.

Once you have completed the replacement process, you will need to check the new output sensor is working correctly. Take your car on some quiet roads and ensure your speed dial is now responsive. If it continues to show the incorrect speed, you should take your car to a garage.

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