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REAR BRAKE NOISE - SHOE AND LINING KIT
A shoe and lining kit is available for installation if an Elantra (XD) or Accent (LC)
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APPLICABLE VEHICLES:
• Accent (LC) and Elantra (XD) equipped with rear drum brakes and in the following
Production Date and VIN Range:
SERVICE PROCEDURE:
For further information, refer to the applicable Shop Manual.
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