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You should have a drain plug on the Oil Pan for oil, the tranny requires you to pull the pan to drain the fluid, on on the radiator in order to flush the radiator and one on the rear end in order to check the rear end gear oil level. That is all.
check the oil level by applying handbrake then start engine and put in reverse ,then check oil level if oil level ok have a drive around dealers and trade it in quick before you have to pay out for a new gearbox
Check your engine oil and break oil weather it is in below low level or full, if it has in low level get an engine oil for your car module and pour it. otherwise go to authorized Hyundai service centre and check for it.
first of all check your dipstick make sure you have the right amount of oil too much can damage your engine too little also can damage your engine after you have check the oil dipstick and your oil is at the right level and if your light still on it is time to check the oil sensor if is bad is triggers the oil light replaced with a new one they are not expense
inspect clutch linkage,hydraulic clutch system,oil level in master cylinder,if its low or empty,check for leakage from master to slave cylinder at transmission release lever,repair and bleed system at slave.