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Need to replace the clutch myself on a 2006 hyundai tiburon gt

Clutch is slipping badly, dealer states it needs to be replaced. I have purchased a clutch kit for the auto, I do have the knowledge, but not the details
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Why wont Hyundai fix it
you should get close to 200,000klms from a clutch my car is on its second and its done 352,104klms
Hyundai should warrant there cars they do in Australia
the only reason they wouldn't is if the car has been misused or used in an aggressive meaner
replacing it your self may void your warranty

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