Hyundai Excel 1991 Workshop Manual
Manual in English on maintenance and repair of a car Hyundai Excel 1991 release. This shop manual is intended for use by service technicians of authorized Hyundai dealers to help them provide efficient and correct service and maintenance on Hyundai vehicles.
To ensure customer satisfaction with Hyundai products, proper service and maintenance by Hyundai technicians is essential. Consequently, it is important that service personnel fully understand the contents of this manual, which should be kept in a handy place for quick and easy reference.
All the contents of this manual, including photographs, drawings, and specifications, are the latest available at the time of printing. As modifications affecting service occur, dealers will be provided technical service bulletins or supplementary volumes. This manual should be kept carefully up-to-date upon receipt of the new information.
Hyundai Motor Company reserves the right to make changes in design or to make additions to or improvements in its products without imposing any obligations upon itself to install them on its products
Hyundai Excel, also known as Hyundai Pony, Hyundai Presto, Mitsubishi Precis and Hyundai X2, is the car that was produced by the Hyundai Motor Company from 1985 to 2000. It was the first front-wheel-drive vehicle manufactured by a South Korean manufacturer. The Excel range replaced the rear-wheel drive Hyundai Pony.
As in the original 1974 Pony, the Excel was developed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Excel was available in a three- or five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan model. Excel was the first Hyundai car to be exported to the United States.
Excel was available either with a manual or automatic gearbox mated to a four-cylinder engine sucked into a carburetor or fuel injection system, depending on the market and model year.
Excel was originally supposed to be replaced by the Elantra in 1990, but it didn’t end up being sold for another four years until it was replaced by a Hyundai Accent in the 1995 model year. Since 1990, there was an option in the coupe called Hyundai Scoupe, which was replaced by Hyundai Coupe in 1996 year.
Some markets, including Europe, would have Excel branded as Hyundai Pony, although this is not directly related to its rear-wheel drive predecessor the same name. In South Korea, the sedan version was known as the Hyundai Pony Excel, and the sedan version was known as the Hyundai Presto.
Excel was also sold in the United States by Mitsubishi Motors from 1987 to 1994 as an icon designed by Mitsubishi Precis. Available as either a 3- or 5-door hatchback, the Precis remained in the Mitsubishi range as a “price leader” with slots below the Mirage until it was discontinued in 1992.
- General Information
- Lubrication and Maintenance
- Cooling System
- Engine Electrical System
- Intake & Exhaust System
- Emission Control System
- Fuel System
- Clutch (Hydraulic type)
- Clutch (Cable type)
- Manual Transaxle
- Automatic Transaxle
- Drive Shaft and Front Axle
- Front Suspension
- Rear Suspension
- Steering System (Manual and Power)
- Brake System
- Body (Interior and Exterior)
- Body Electrical System
- Air Conditioning System