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My car was hit and i found a junkyard that has the parts i need. Before i install them i want to make sure i can do it(that i have the right tools and all). Can you briefly describe or send a manual on what i need to do. i would greatly appreciate it. thank you. btw, my car is a 2000 hyundai elantra wagon.

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Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #. You'll then have access to shop manuals, service bulletins, campaigns, wiring diagrams etc. You'll find all the information you need there.

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