Hey guys, I'm new here as I just bought an 02 Elantra MT with ~115,000 miles about a week ago. Everything was great with the car when I bought it aside from the transmission slipping a little after changing gears. I assumed I would just have to replace the clutch, and it's reasonable to need a clutch replacement after 115,000 miles, so it wasn't a deal breaker. However, I have been reading around forums and I read something about a pressure valve that delays clutch engagement in the older Hyundais. This would make sense, as when the clutch slips, I don't smell burning clutch at all, and the vehicle goes into gear just fine (no grinding, no having to "slam" it into gear, clutch pedal feels fine, it chatters a little, but only in 1st and reverse). Is the pressure valve a possible cause for this slipping? I think I will get the clutch replaced either way, as it's probably due for a new one, but I was wondering if this might be a temporary fix until I have the time/money to do the clutch job (I'm a student and can only work full time during the summer, but don't need to use the car until then). Also, I will likely have a shop replace the clutch and service the transmission, as I have experience working on cars, but don't have a lot of equipment. Anyone who has done the clutch replacement for the XD Elantra, how difficult is it? Anyone who had a shop do it, how much did they charge? Just investigating my options as I will be doing the job myself or having someone else do it come May.