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2000 Elantra station wagon electric windows

Windows slide down into door and don't work anymore. I'm told there's a plastic guide for a cable system that has deteriorated. Is this horribly difficult to replace? Special skills/tools? Would diagrams and instructions appear in a Chilton/Haynes repair manual?

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Hi there i hate to tell you but that job is an absoulute nightmare and yes you will need specialty tools and very small hands

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