I lost power steering and power brakes and could not stop the vehicle. All of our Batterys are guaranteed to fit if you use enter your Hyundai Sonata into your Year Make Model selector. Still the two lights stayed on. The contact stated that the headlights failed to illuminate. There are three separate issues. It should be noted, per an internet search these issues are known issues with this make model and year.
When you depress the brakes the lamps are always illuminated it only goes off when the car is turned off. With car not running check battery with volt meter. Attempted again, same thing then passenger compartment filled with smoke. Fire dept arrived and determined somewhere in dash a component had fried. I am taking the car back to the dealer on Monday morning and wanted to have this documented.
The car went for about 2 miles and the car lost power and came to complete stop. A test result that is done by a service man today said ok. If you want to check to see if the altenator is charging, use a volt meter. Look at the starter sizes ,,all the same for the selected models. The vehicle has an electrical problem that the service technicians can not see on the computer or figure out. We appreciate the opportunity to assist you, but we apologize for the circumstances that prompted your contact. On a Hyundai forum website, there is at least 1 other customer which has had the same problem with their hybrid as myself.
She stated that she is also experiencing failure with the powertrain automatic transmission, which caused her vehicle to stall. He also said they could not find anything wrong with the car and there was no reason found as to why it would not start. After charging for several hours when I removed the charger I only showed 11 volts at battery posts. I took the car to get the yearly inspection done and it failed. Check for this code in your owners manual - it will usually be either a sticker or small card in the booklet.
Very frustrating and time consuming. The latch has broken and been replaced twice. Then driven 300ft to point C. But I am not sure whether it is a battery problem. The local dealer informed the contact that there was no knowledge of the recall.
I was very excited of buying my first hybrid and the significant savings in gas. Should I change a battery? You can only get parts at a dealership. Battery has different polarity than the original battery. The back brake light is on when the car is driving but when you hit the brakes the secondary light is suppose to come on and make it brighter. Car lost power at low revs.
The failure mileage was 66,000 and the current mileage was 67,000. Some kind of coil broke and needed replacement. Below I will give latest date of incident of stalling in intersection. I cannot believe that the manufacturer feels I should drive this car. The parts are not only overpriced, but the dealership charges outrageous prices to do anything.
Driving on the freeway at 60 mph on cruise control. I have been happy with the car, although I have realized that the savings in gas were good in the beginning, but have dramatically decrease lately. They do not put any value on lives. The consumer stated replaced the engine 1 time and the battery twice. Once you have contacted your dealership for the repair details, please contact us with the dealership contact information that includes who is working with you and what they are offering to do to address your concerns. On Nov 06, the battery terminals were cleaned up as there were corrison on them. We have documented your comments.