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Old 02-13-2011, 02:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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As many will now know it is no longer possible to access the Hyundai workshop manual free of charge via the IE workaround.

I had a little play and found this is a way to get into the Hyundai workshop manual using Google's Chrome.

Obviously you need to download Chrome but it is quite a small download and nothing on the scale of Microsoft's IE.

1)Download and instal Chrome

2) Register at Hyundai's Global Service Gateway.
http://service.hyundai-motor.com/

3) Log in using the Chrome browser with pop ups blocked (Chrome default setting)

3) Click Shop manual

4)Click the spanner icon in Chrome, click tools, click view source, Highlight at line 198 src="/Main/Viewer/index.asp?IsClickMenu=true&group=SHOP" then select[b] open in new tab

5) And you are in !!!
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Old 02-13-2011, 06:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 02-14-2011, 10:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank 'ee kindly sir for your endeavours.
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Old 02-14-2011, 11:15 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Nice work

So who's got the time to copy it all before the plug get's pulled on this one too? And NO, i'm not offering to do the deed
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QUOTE (shedloads @ Feb 13 2011, 03:50 PM)
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As many will now know it is no longer possible to access the Hyundai workshop manual free of charge via the IE workaround.

I had a little play and found this is a way to get into the Hyundai workshop manual using Google's Chrome.

Obviously you need to download Chrome but it is quite a small download and nothing on the scale of Microsoft's IE.

1)Download and instal Chrome

2) Register at Hyundai's Global Service Gateway.
http://service.hyundai-motor.com/

3) Log in using the Chrome browser with pop ups blocked (Chrome default setting)

3) Click Shop manual

4)Click the spanner icon in Chrome, click tools, click view source, Highlight at line 198 src="/Main/Viewer/index.asp?IsClickMenu=true&group=SHOP" then select[b] open in new tab

5) And you are in !!!
Shedloads, a million thanks for this, I use google Chrome all the time. I gave this a go and hey presto!!! I have now got all I need, thanks again, you're a star.
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QUOTE (Mr Pogle @ Feb 14 2011, 04:15 PM)
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Nice work

So who's got the time to copy it all before the plug get's pulled on this one too? And NO, i'm not offering to do the deed
I may copy the manual into a PDF if enough people would find it useful. Kill some time as i'm currently out of work
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I may copy the manual into a PDF if enough people would find it useful. Kill some time as i'm currently out of work
Sorry to hear you are out of work Duuncan. If you can give some hints how to turn the shop manual into a PDF then I would be glad to help out.
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well done that man!
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I may copy the manual into a PDF if enough people would find it useful. Kill some time as i'm currently out of work

Hi Duuncan, I would be interested for one, I have a few things printed out already but would love the whole manual. Mine is 2010 and my printer is none too healthy, but aren't they different for different year models, or is there a general one?

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QUOTE (Duuncan @ Mar 8 2011, 06:24 PM)
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I may copy the manual into a PDF if enough people would find it useful. Kill some time as i'm currently out of work
If this is possible, it would be very helpful and appreciated

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Sorry to hear you are out of work Duuncan. If you can give some hints how to turn the shop manual into a PDF then I would be glad to help out.
I second what Shedloads said about your job situation.......... and I've never known how you turn stuff into pdf's either!
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