Repair Manual

I have a 2002 Santa Fe, and to date have been unable to locate a Repair Manual,such as Hanyes, etc. Any found out there. tia

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Danz wrote:

Go to www.hmaservice.com, sign up for a free account and you can access the factory repair manuals online.
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On Mon, 23 Oct 2006 12:04:13 GMT, Brian Nystrom

I've tried this and can't find where the manuals are...any suggestions?
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jtees4 wrote:

That's understandable, as the link isn't very obvious. On the "Welcome" page, click on "Service Information" at the top of the left hand list. It's a link, but it doesn't look like one. Once you're on that page, click on the "Shop" tab. It's for "Shop Manuals", not "Shopping". "ETM" is for the electrical manuals.
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Thank you. I too needed that information to find the manuals
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The website sure is confusing.
I also couldn't get most of the images to appear on the website. I just saw a small icon in the upper left corner of where the images should appear. Then I did a ton of detective work and discovered that the images they use are in "SVG" format (such as "image.svg"). But Internet Explorer and Mozilla don't automatically recognize that format for images and therefore can't display them.
The solution?:
After logging in, before clicking on "Service Information" (which *SHOULD* appear as a blue underlined web link but doesn't), look under "Info", then click on "Site Requirements", then click on "Adobe SVG Viewer" to download and install that program. I also clicked on "Macromedia Flash Player".
I wonder how many other people try this website and then give up -- especially those who don't know about this alt.autos.hyundai newsgroup and how to access it.
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BETA-2K wrote:

The Webtech site is a case study in bad website design. I'm thinking of referring them to the guru at Websites That Suck (www.websitesthatsuck.com). Hyundai should fire their web design firm and hire someone who knows what they're doing. There is no excuse for forcing people to use IE and the SVG viewer, just to accommodate a poor design.
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I agree. I bought my first Hyundai ever just recently (2004 Santa Fe).
There is a lot about Hyundai, it's warranty, it's vehicles, etc. that I really like. But, when I go to their website to try to figure something out, I am almost always disappointed. They really should find a way to make their website better -- it's basically the front door to their company for people like me.
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BETA-2K wrote:

Someone needs to send their web designer copies of "Web Pages That Suck" and "Son of Web Pages That Suck" (subtitled "Learn good design by looking at bad design). I just read the latter and the HMA site is guilty of several of the "classic" mistakes.
That said, once you get past the poor UI, the content is much appreciated. The company's heart is in the right place, it just needs a facelift.
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2006 14:54:26) about "Re: Repair Manual":
B> But, when I go to their website to try to figure something out, I am B> almost always disappointed. They really should find a way to make their B> website better -- it's basically the front door to their company for B> people like me.
I don't find their regular website bad - on the contrary I find it pretty good. It is the Webtech site that is horrible. If the same people who designed the sales website did the Webtech site it would be world-class.
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Oct 2006 08:21:19) about "Re: Repair Manual":
BN> The Webtech site is a case study in bad website design. I'm thinking BN> of referring them to the guru at Websites That Suck (www. BN> websitesthatsuck. com). Hyundai should fire their web design firm and BN> hire someone who knows what they're doing.
I second that. Crappy site but good technical content. Content that no other manufacturer (that I know of) can manage to provide on their webstes or in their owner's documentation.
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On Sat, 28 Oct 2006 14:21:39 GMT, Brian Nystrom

Thank you...I haven't looked at it yet, but will soon.
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On Sat, 28 Oct 2006 14:21:39 GMT, Brian Nystrom

Actually just had a chance to check it...turns out that I was doing it right, but the link would not work in Firefox...switched to Internet Explorer and it worked, didn't think of trying that before. Thanks again.
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jtees4 wrote:

Perhaps it's changed, but it used to be that when you tried to access the site in Firefox, a screen popped up stating that it could only be viewed in IE. Again, it's a piss-poor design.
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On Tue, 31 Oct 2006 14:22:44 GMT, Brian Nystrom

That makes sense...and I probably am blocking pop ups in Firfox. Thanks again.
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