Usually an auto-diagnostic shop or mechanic with a Hyundai GDS (or someone else with the bootleg clone who also knows what they're doing) would be able to do it. I'd start by searching for diagnostic shops in your area and asking them what they would charge then go from there. Really shouldn't be more than an hours' worth of work.I saw both tech bulletins. It took to see them in their entirety. I wanted to be covered, but I'm a second owner since 2012. Thanks so much. It looks like a pcm replace. The pcm will need a flash at least to enter Vin I'd imagine. I'd like to get around that and just plug and play. Do you know a source to get that done without a dealer and high cost?