Hyundai's number for this recall is 127. My service manager said the fuel pumps are going from 5 miles to 1500 miles and that Hyundai does not fix them till they go. Granted the car lives on terrible Brooklyn streets, but it was the second time major work needed to be done to front suspension. All dashboard lights were on, radio was on and it was until I tried to accelerate when I realized that the car had turned off on me. Dealer found the hood contact switch not making contact and replaced the pad-lid switch part 92736-3A000.
Advanced auto battery purchased October 17, 2014. This is frustrating because there is no way I can get it to the dealer when the problem is occurring. She shifted into park and turned the vehicle off. When I try to start the vehicle it won't turn most the time. It's like Ford denying tranny problems in their'12 focuses.
I called a friend who came over and jumped me off. The contact stated the instrument panel lights would blink sporadically. Then a few days ago while parked in a driveway, my lights came on, the cruise control light came on by itself and the cruise control set button came on which only comes on when you are driving and you set it to cruise. Fire department put the cause as being an electrical fire. Dealer diagnosed it as burned out bulbs, replaced them, and they are working again. Bought car brand new in 2008. Owners may contact Hyundai at 1-800-633-5151.
I took the car into the dealer and they said that the car had no problems starting for them. The safety recall began on April 22, 2013. As it was attached by wires to light the mirror, it dangled in the way. I found recalls for the past few years mentioning an issue with pad deterioration and figure this is something that might be happening to this model as well. In September 2013, Hyundai informed the agency that it was adding more vehicles to this campaign, representing an additional 652,512 units. I have taken a few long trips over the years and my only complaint with the interior is that the seats are not the most comfortable. The consumer stated the problem happened randomly and without warning.
I was driving my 2013 Hyundai Elantra on a rough road and the rear end felt like it was fish tailing. Hyundai needs to take responsibility and recall this! I have decided to sell it. I've called two dealerships today, both say they know nothing about ignition problems in the vehicle. I took it to have the tires looked at. They said if they can't repeat the problem then they won't change out any components. Police and fire department responded, put the fire out and stated that they saw nothing suspicious about the fire and that I should check on problems with Hyundai. Next month same thing happened only this time I could not start it.
Unable to duplicate in shop, has not recurred. The same exact thing happened two weeks later to my passenger side visor. Hyundai says it follows the look of the full-size Azera sedan — which is not the most distinctive design, either. My rpms do not work when I push the gas, the vehicle won't go more than 20 mph, when changing my gears, it doesn't work, and when I am at a stop light or just sitting in a parking lot with the vehicle running it turns off on it's own. We had problem with the car stalling. The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer who reset the computer but could not confirm that the failure would recur. The shifter is also stuck in park so I can not move to any other gear.
When I went on line to find you all I saw several people with the same car having the same problem, my warranty gives out in a few hundred miles and I am afraid that when it doesn't start again I will not be covered. I've never had to do any major repairs to my car. It was a total loss. The contact stated while driving at 40 mph, the vehicle stalled with no warning. I got a ride to work and, later, I got a call from pride Hyundai.
Every so often go to start the car and when you turn the key to first position everything turns on. When key is turned to start the engine nothing happens. It sounds like a metal clinking. They could find nothing wrong with it. The approximate failure mileage was 70,000. Its lid has no interior liner, which gives it an unfinished look, and allows a tinny sound when closed.