Question about 1996 Hyundai Accent
That sounds about right, since they are the only game in town do you really have a choice, one other option look on line for a better price many dealers have on line parts discounts, I used to get parts from a store in AZ for about 40% less than the dealer. I worked in a dealer that sold Hyundai, we were really surprised how expensive parts were, an example is this, a new engine computer for a GM car was $125.00, for a Hyundai $1000.00, and that's not a typo.
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