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52933-3X200 and 52933-2M000 work with the MD Elantra. Buy the right sensors, get them installed, drive the car. It just works. The problems you see online are people using generic TRW sensors or 'recertifed' reflashed junk, or worse - no-name parts that are compatible with "all Hyundai/Kia and many others". Stick with the part number and shop for parts showing that part number. No programming, no dealer costs, no drama.
OP: When shopping on eBay for sensors, look for "Condition: New" - I don't think it'd cost more than $50 for a set of four. For a few dollars less, you can get the ones that someone chopped up to change the battery or flashed to correct an eprom error, but it's silly to play roulette when the Real Deal is available within the same auction list.
 

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I always let the tire shops throw in the washer/nut for a couple of bucks. Call the shop where you plan on having them installed and ask if they have the install kits for the Hyundai sensors. They probably do, and they should be able to install the sensors with their own hardware.
 
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