Your best bet is to buy a copy of the manufacturer's manual through the dealer. Paper copies are always the best if they're available. You can also look on eBay. I bought a lot of books from "blackhatauctions". They used to go by the name "lorieandjeff".
There are also digital manuals. There's links on this site for Mitchell Manuals. All Data is another one. Those are subscriptions that expire after one or five years.
Another possibility is look on the Hyundai web sites. Hyundai is well-known as the top manufacturer in the world when it comes to customer-friendly business practices. They allow free access to all of their information and computer software updates to anyone. All other manufacturers either charge for it or in the case of GM and some European imports, they selfishly won't allow access to their top secret information at any price.
Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 AT 2:10 PM