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Hyundai Azera, Sedan
#4227 of 4303 Re: NOISY Michelins... [nathan32]
Dec 08, 2012 (4:33 pm)
Wow.....I knew Fed Ex was raising their rates, but that sucks...good luck with the install...labor here in FL is at least $100 us/hr....I have an '06 Ultimate black on black I bought new in 2006..only have 20k miles on it..replaced the Michelins last yr with Yoko S drives...rides great no suspension or other problems....I still like my car more than the new Azzy....they are pricing it almost at the Genesis level....i would consider trading for a '09 or '10 genesis r spec if I could fine one...only black on black with 429 hp v8
#4228 of 4303 Re: NOISY Michelins... [jamazera]
Dec 11, 2012 (2:12 am)
The springs are in and already it drives WAY better... havent noticed any bumpier but body roll is hugely reduced. Still a bit bouncy on bumps but i think new shocks will fix that.
I would love a genesis... if only theyd make a rhd model.. im gonna have to go audi or something for my next car cos hyundai have nothing other than boring fleet/family cars for sale here now. Infact the whole rhd market for hyundai sux!
They so should have made a new rhd tiburon turbo if they were never intending to release the genesis in anything other than lhd.
Oh and i forgot to say i just put new cheap 245 50 18 chinese tyres on which also drive wayy better than the factory kumho's.
Dec 11, 2012 (11:41 am)
#4230 of 4303 Re: What is RHD? [oskidunker1]
Dec 11, 2012 (1:06 pm)
right hand drive
#4231 of 4303 Re: When should I replaced spark plugs [bw06]
Dec 12, 2012 (2:49 pm)
100k is the suggested mileage. How is the car running? Gas mileage ok? If you are going to keep the car a long time, I would do it now. Otherwise I might forego this expense. I spoke to a mechanic at Hyundai who said the plugs are pretty crudded up at 100k and hard to get out.
#4232 of 4303 Re: Azera 2006 driver seat moves on its own [jaszi]
Dec 18, 2012 (6:41 am)
Happened to me last August as I was driving. 2007 Ltd. The seat moved forward and seat back pushed me forward, toward steering wheel. Just out of warantee.
Drove like that to the dealer. As I got near the dealer I jammed the switch back and held it a few seconds and I got the seat to go back. Continued in to the dlr - where the top mechanic was still hanging out...(after quitting time)..
They charged 1 hr to diagnose, then another hour to diagnose more... then they 'didn't know' if it was the switch or the position sensor that is integrated into the track.
Finally they (supposedly) comped me the seat track($2500.00 from Hyundai) and charged me about $500 labor to replace the switch AND the track.
Then they said 'btw, the battery needs to be replaced') - so I did that too.
In another of these posts someone said: ' weird electrical stufff? Check the battery') - so it may have been battery related all along.
#4233 of 4303 Sylvania Silver Star Ultra Headlamps
Dec 30, 2012 (10:11 am)
Just a heads up: Santa brought me a set of Sylvania Silver Star Ultras for my 06 Azera for Xmas. They advertise these lamps as up to 50% brighter than stock. Don't waste your $$$ as they were no better than the 7 year old stock lamps in the Blue Bomber...
#4234 of 4303 Re: Sylvania Silver Star Ultra Headlamps [penzfan1]
Dec 31, 2012 (3:22 am)
Thanks for the info.
#4235 of 4303 Re: Sylvania Silver Star Ultra Headlamps [penzfan1]
Dec 31, 2012 (6:07 am)
I've had the Sylvania Silver Star Ultras before, they are a bit brighter, but not by much and they don't last long either. For the same money you could purchase an HID upgrade kit on Ebay. It's a rather easy DIY job and the light is much brighter and the bulbs last longer too.
#4236 of 4303 Re: Sylvania Silver Star Ultra Headlamps [allmet33]
Dec 31, 2012 (4:44 pm)
thanks. i'll check that out