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Is the 300 dollars for both side to get fix the cv joint of hyundai sonata or just one side

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$300 For both sides with parts at local car garage.But if you get it done the same thing at Hyundai service center, then the cost will be near to $500.They charge more for parts.Getting it done at local car garage is advisable.A profession car repair tech can easily do this. You can get required parts from autoparts ware house. Click the link below to get parts online:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/05/from-where-to-order-car-parts-online.html --------------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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