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Depends on what you're buying. Stuff for normal maintenance like oil and air filters, a battery, windshield wipers and such are readily available at Wal-Mart or similar store. It doesn't matter what model year vehicle it is. Other stuff like alternators, starters, etc... can be found at almost every automotive store. Unless your car is a newer model year, then you'll unfortunately have to go to a dealership to find an alternator, starter or any other part specific to your car.
nothing can be done other than what your already doing. 3-4 clutches are gone. thats something i seen everyday for 7 years working in a trans shop. only other option besides buying one is a rebuild. sorry.
easiest way to get the part you need is call this number +234-1-8520009. It's official Hyundai importer for Nigeria, they know about every dealer in the country and they can provide you all the information you need.
Most cars have an option to buy a belt for a car with or without Air Conditioning. I would check first if your car offers that option (then if you don't need AC you can just buy the other belt and not have to fix the compressor). If you need AC you will have to buy a new compressor (local junkyard is your cheapest bet). I would have a mechanic install either the new belt (to make sure no other pulleys were bent when the belt snapped) or the compressor (some AC lines can be difficult or dangerous to repair or replace). Good Luck!
These vehicles are not reliable at this age and mileage (nor were they when near new) so you will be buying yourself a repair bill unless a heap of items on the vehicle have been renewed.
At 192000 miles the vehicle is passed it's useful life.
There are numerous problems from bad axle seals to engine and transmission issues, brake problems, various electrical problems, fuel pump failures etc etc. You need to check everything especially the auto which will fail and is not cheap to replace.
High mileage vehicles are rarely a decent buy and are cheap to purchase for a reason.
First, check ebay for a service manual for your vehicle. If you find one that some ebay store is selling for 99 cents, buy it. That's if you find one specifically for your vehicle on cd for 99 cents. It's may actually be a copy of the cd they offer at the dealership for $150-$200. So if you run into it on ebay, buy it. The other option would be to buy a service manual at your local auto parts store for $25(Haynes, Chilton). But those manuals cover various other manufacturers and models. I hope you find one on ebay.
ramblers were a mixture of the" big three" back in the '60s you might see if a steering box from a dodge ram series pickups or ford f series pickups may fit. also,check closely on the steering box for a casting number,parts suppliers use these numbers as a cross reference to match other steering boxes to your application.
dont waste you time and money, how many bad ones do you want to repace?its not that high priced. you should be able to buy that from any AC DELCO distributor. log onto the web and search AC DELCO and find the nearest one. the desler can tell you what other car lines use that part.