Input shaft speed sensor

Does any one know how hard it is to replace the input shaft speed sensor on a 2000 Sonata GLS? Is it a DIY job or should I just take it to the shop?
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It's not a bad DIY job. You'll need remove the air box, unbolt the shift cable bracket off the transmission. Then you can unbolt and remove the sensor.
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