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February 15, 2013, 12:42 PM

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I helped do some on a Focus a few years ago. Not too hard. Air tools and pb blaster are your friend however. Or just an overly buff guy.
SVT Focus was quite the PITA compared to regular FoFo!

And +1 on the torque wrench. Borrow a good one. And get the manual for your car. Haynes/Chilton's is good. Don't lose bolts (label them in ziplock baggies).

Hyundai Sonata Shop Manual Service Repair Book Haynes Workshop Guide New Chilton | eBay

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