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2002 hyundai accent

Leaking transmission fluid.

looks like there used to be a plug, or a hose. can't find an onlin manual to give me assistance. i need a transmission break down can you tell me what it might be, or tell me a free web site that i can look this up on?

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I have a service manual of this car but how can I send the transmission section to you .....???
there is no site to download it !!!!!!!!!!!
with my best wishes

Posted on Jul 30, 2008


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