Hendaj Elantra
Petrol engines 1,6, 1,8 and 2,0 l
The diesel engine of 2,0 l
Greasing system
Cooling system
Fuel system
Monitoring systems and decrease in toxicity of the fulfilled gases
Ignition system
System of preliminary heating of the diesel engine
Coupling
Mechanical transmission
Automatic transmission
Power shafts, forward and back axes
Suspension bracket
Steering
Brake system
Body
Air central air
- The electric equipment
   Specifications
   Gymnastics system
   The generator
   Power failure check on a wire connecting the storage battery with the generator
   Check of the current developed by the generator
   Check of developed pressure
   The generator of petrol engines
   The generator of the diesel engine
   The storage battery
   Start system
   Starter of petrol engines
   Starter of the diesel engine
   Safety locks
   The block of safety locks
   The multipurpose switch
   Sound signal
   Combination of devices
   The switch of position of a lay brake
   Screen wiper and стеклоомыватель a windscreen
   Screen wiper of back glass
   Headlights and forward indexes of turn
   Forward antifog headlights and turn repeaters
   The back combined lantern
   The top stoplight
   Lantern of illumination of licence plate
   The ceiling fixture (with the hatch)
   The ceiling fixture (without the hatch)
   Lamp of illumination of salon
   Check of the relay of headlights
   Radio receiver
   Heater of back glass
   Safety pillows (SRS)
   Seat belts
   Search and elimination of malfunctions
   Specification for adjustments and the control
Electric schemes










Safety locks

Safety locks serve to break off a chain, when the current strength will reach certain value to protect elements and wires which can be damaged too strong current. The sharp increase in a current strength is usually caused by malfunction in a chain, more often short circuit.

Designations of the chains protected by safety locks, are specified on a cover of the block of safety locks.

Before safety lock removal switch off a corresponding chain (or ignition), then get a safety lock from contacts. In a safety lock the wire should be visible; if the safety lock has fused, the wire will be torn or fused.

Always use safety locks of demanded capacity. Never use a safety lock of other capacity and do not replace it with something another.

Do not replace a safety lock more than once, without having eliminated a malfunction source. The current protected by a safety lock, is specified from above on a safety lock: pay attention that safety locks have various colours for simplification of identification.

If the safety lock fuses right after replacements, do not replace it again, yet do not establish, and do not eliminate a cause of defect. In most cases a cause of defect is the short circuit caused by a low insulation. If the safety lock protects some chains, try to find a chain because of which fuses a safety lock, including each of chains by turns (if it is possible). Always have in the car the complete set of spare safety locks of various capacity. They should be fixed at the basis of the block of safety locks.