I bought a 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe MLX, in the process of using it, I consulted on social networks and saw many instructions on how to buy replacement parts without having to take it to the garage.
I just bought the Hyundai Santa Fe The 2007 MLX is half a year old, and daily use is still normal. Because I bought a used car that is almost 15 years old, I often look for groups of the same car on social networks or watch maintenance instruction videos on youtube.
In the process of surfing the net, I see many people advising, or recounting the process of ordering spare parts online, even from a seller in China, and then replacing it themselves. Thereby saving a lot of money instead of taking the car to Hyundai dealers or private garages.
|2007 Hyundai Santa Fe MLX Artwork|
I am also a tinkerer, once bought a dashcam and installed it myself, even the hardest part was running the wire to the rear of the car to install the camera eye. Recently I plan to replace the sensor ABS brake, clean the throttle, throttle and install the push button starter. The set-up and make-up has a lot of video tutorials and I feel like I can do it.
Right now I’m wondering if my decision to do it myself is safe? Looking forward to receiving honest advice and suggestions from everyone. I thank you!.
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