Hyundai Tiburon Coupe Service Repair Manual
Also, there are wiring diagrams, electronic components schematic, repair manuals. Hyundai Tiburon is a sports coupe manufactured by Hyundai Motor Company since 1996.
Hyundai Coupé RD (1996-2002)
The Hyundai Coupe first came off the assembly line at the end of 1996 and was available for sale in several countries with 1.6 and 1.8 liter engines. In the United States, Tiburon was first offered to buyers in 1997. The car was equipped with an engine from another model Hyundai – Elantra. (The 1.8 liter version outputs 130 hp (97 kW)). The following models, which received the FX prefix, were equipped with two-liter engines with four cylinders, whose capacity was already 140 hp. (104 kW). The acceleration of this engine due to the low weight of the car (only about 1150 kg) was quite decent – 8.3 s to 100 km / h.
Since 1998, the Tiburon ceased to put the old 1.8 liter engines, giving both versions of the models a refreshed 2.0 liter engine. Tiburon versions made between 1996 and 2002 are also known as “RC” Tiburons. There were different options, with or without ABS, 2 airbags, leather, sunroof.
Auto Motor Und Sport magazine in 1996 said on its pages that the Tiburon suspension was developed in conjunction with Porsche experts. The magazine described the result of the work as “the best combination of comfort, traction and a sense of athleticism among cars in this class.”
- 1.6 l P4 (111 hp)
- 1.8 l P4 (130 hp)
- 2.0 liter P4 Beta I DOHC (140 hp)
Hyundai Coupé GK (2002-2009)
The second-generation Hyundai Tiburon came to light in 2002. The basis for the first versions were Hyundai Lantra and Hyundai Sonata. A hand to create the car was made by Porsche representatives, from which the coupe received suspension and steering elements. In an attempt to maintain the modern appearance of the car, the manufacturer has repeatedly resorted to upgrades. Yes, the 2007 models have a brighter appearance thanks to the new hood, front fenders, bumpers and tail lights.
The coupe is available in GS, GT and GT Limited trim levels.
The SE is considered a sporting alternative. Over the years, the base of the car gradually increased. At the moment, standard equipment is considered: tire pressure monitoring, front and side airbags, six-speaker Kenwood audio system, power windows, 16-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, central locking and side mirror heating.
Limited TS version received: blue body color, power hatch, perforated leather seats and special marking. The V6 engine models come with 17-inch alloy wheels, leather trim and a rear spoiler.
Basic safety features include: anti-lock braking system, brake force distribution system, seat belt tensioners and stability control system.
- Body (Interior & Exterior)
- Body Electrical System
- Brake System
- Clutch System
- Drive shaft and Axle
- Emissions Control System
- Engine Electrical System
- Engine Mechanical System (2.7 V6)
- Engine Mechanical System (DOHC 1.6L 2.0L)
- Fuel System (1.6 L4 -2.0 L4)
- Fuel System (2.7 V6)
- General Information
- Heating, Ventilation
- Steering System
- Suspension System
- Troubleshooting Procedure for BCM