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#2804 of 3416 Re: 2006 Elantra Air Cleaner Question [w9cw]
May 26, 2007 (8:12 pm)
I looked at my 05 Elantra and found the same thing- the "horn" is in there. But... it is not part of 281112D270
It has its own part number: 2813826320. It's called "Hose, air intake".
It's a little confusing, though, in the Hyundai parts listing. Looking at the picture in the parts catalog,
You should be able to find the label 28111 in the picture. Looking it up in the listing, this is the 281112D270 you mentioned. A little left of that is the label 28138. In the listing, the 28138 part on non-CVVT cars (2001-2003 model years) is a 281382D001, called a "HOSE-AIR INTAKE".
On CVVT cars (2004 to 2006 model years), according to the inset diagram at the top, the part that looks like that is labeled 28139C, "HOSE-AIR INTAKE [B] (CVVT ENGINE)". The full part number is 281392D250. Also in the CVVT inset, there is a different part labeled 28138- this is your "horn", also known as "HOSE-AIR INTAKE (CVVT ENGINE)". The full part number is 2813826320. It is a separate part from the top of the air cleaner. If your dealer failed to take the horn out of the old air cleaner and put it into the new one, he now owes you a horn as well. Dealer list price on that part, by the way, is $20.10.
If you need the horn, print out this post and take it to the dealer; it should help straighten things out. I hope!
#2805 of 3416 Re: 2006 Elantra Air Cleaner Question [doohickie]
May 28, 2007 (6:00 am)
Thanks doohickie - I'll order this part, and see what happens. Interestingly, my local dealer does not participate in Hyundai's Online Ordering System. However, a dealer 30 miles from here does. And, whenever I order a part from the local dealer, their prices are always higher than those of the Online System.
#2806 of 3416 Re: 2006 Elantra Air Cleaner Question [doohickie]
May 28, 2007 (7:42 am)
That would make another great guide...
#2807 of 3416 Re: 2006 Elantra Air Cleaner Question [pat]
May 28, 2007 (10:15 am)
The real guide is how to look up stuff in Hyundai's system. I've written a guide here's a link.
#2808 of 3416 Re: 2006 Elantra Air Cleaner Question [doohickie]
May 28, 2007 (3:13 pm)
#2809 of 3416 exterior damaged by driveway sealcoating
May 31, 2007 (12:46 pm)
Contractors were doing sealcoating of my driveway. Some of the costing spilled on my car. It's very hard to get off. I finally scratched it off. But it left a yellow mark. How do I get rid of this without damaging the paint? thank!
#2810 of 3416 Re: exterior damaged by driveway sealcoating [acura03g]
Jun 01, 2007 (2:28 pm)
Buy a clay bar and clay the affected area to get any surface contamination off, then use a good quality wax. At least that's what I'd try.
#2811 of 3416 Re: exterior damaged by driveway sealcoating [acura03g]
Jun 01, 2007 (7:26 pm)
If it is a petroleum based sealer, spray it with WD-40. The WD40 will not hurt the paint, and it will dissolve the sealer. Works good on road tar, too.
#2812 of 3416 Steering Wheel
Jun 15, 2007 (8:05 pm)
Over the past couple of weeks my steering wheel on my 2005 Elantra has begun to crack. Yesterday a piece broke off the wheel, leaving a "crater" on the top of the wheel.
Is this covered under Hyundai's 5 yr./60,000 bumper to bumper warranty?
#2813 of 3416 Re: Steering Wheel [duckied]
Jun 15, 2007 (8:25 pm)
I would think so! If little things like sun visors and carpet anchors are covered, the wheel should be. Unless they can determine somehow that the problem was due to an accident or abuse. Which I assume wasn't the case here.