Alright, I am not familiar with having a vehicle warranty. I'm used to fixing the things that brake and going about life.
My wife has a 2020 Santa Fe with around 55,000 miles. The last time she took it into the dealership for the oil change they recommended air filter, cabin air filter, fuel induction service, brake flush, and rear brake replacement for a total of like $600 something.
What if anything am I able to replace myself without voiding the warranty in any way?
I know I cannot really do the fuel induction service or brake flush. Are those even really needed or required? Are those type of things required to keep the warranty good?
I feel like I should definitely be able to do the air filter and the cabin air filter myself, right?
What about the rear brakes? Am I able to replace them myself and not void the warranty? Am I able to bring it to a normal repair shop to have them fixed for cheaper and that not void the Hyundai warranty?
Again, I am new to the whole new car warranties and having work done at dealerships.