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Transmission fluid type

I have a 2004 Hyundia Elantra and just need to know what type of transmission fuild it calls for,I have changed the CV axle seal and need to add some fluid.

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Hey Cliff_harris,

The Tranny fluid needed is Hyundai SP-III ATF

Hope I've helped,

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Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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