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I have a 2006 Sonata and I took it in for 30K service. Our manual says that it needs itsnual was out of date. oil changed; air, oil and fuel filter replaced, and other systems inspected. It says to replace the coolant at 60K and the transmission fluid at 105K. The service manager at Hyundai said I had to get my coolant replaced ($109) and transmission fluid replaced ($139) to keep my warranty in effect. When I told him what my maintenance schedule said, he said that it was out of date. It is the information that was sold with the car. Is this guy just trying to rip me off?

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There must be a 1-800 number in your owner's manual. Call them and ask if there has been any changes to the maintenance schedule for your car and if so, what changed and when. They will tell you and then you will have an answer to your question but my guess is you are on the right track. Hope this helps.

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