The 2006 Elantra was in the third generation of this model. Produced by South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai since 1990, the car has been around for a long time.The car was originally assembled only in Ulsan, Korea, but since has been assembled in several countries, including the U.S. While the body design has seen several changes, the powerplant remained largely the same.
Originally equipped with a Mitsubishi 1.6-liter engine producing only 113 horsepower, the 2006 had a 2.0 liter engine. While the brake light switch is in a tight location, it is something you can do at home.
Things You’ll Need
Metric wrench set, Small flat-head screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver, Plastic trim tool, Feeler gauge