Last post on May 03, 2008 at 6:57 AM
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Hyundai Azera, Transmission, Sedan
#80 of 89 Re: Engine/ECU/Transmission Chugging Problem [monkeycb]
Dec 12, 2007 (1:12 am)
Re. # 1: I brought it to the dealer to check it out. Basically they confirmed the issue checked for an update for the ECU(there wasn't one) and told me that they put in a case for it with Hyundai,
First of all, don't believe for a moment they will. File your case direct with Fountain Valley, CA and get a case #. Send a registered letter to the owner of the dealership with copy to Fountain Valley outlining the problem and requesting a factory representative to meet you at the service department to inspect and drive your vehicle. If they ask you to leave your vehicle demand a suitable loaner.
Hyundai and many of their dealers take great delight in stone-walling issues such as yours. Good luck.
#81 of 89 Re: Engine/ECU/Transmission Chugging Problem [monkeycb]
Dec 12, 2007 (10:38 pm)
BS! This is a safety issue! Demand to see the Service Manager.....Then demand a loaner vehicle.....Then tell them to call you when the your car is repaired....Then find a new dealer. Be sure to mention the safety issue. This really gets their attention.
#82 of 89 Re: Engine/ECU/Transmission Chugging Problem [monkeycb]
Dec 13, 2007 (8:48 pm)
"Does anyone have any idea what is going on? It really seems like an electrical
or, more likely, an electronic issue. Most likely the computer,
but I suppose it could be the engine itself or transmission."
Mine does that also, and I think it is in the TCU soft ware, and not the engine.
The T/C seems to be locking and then unlocking, back and
forth, as if is does not know what to do. Most annoying.
Mine will do the exact same thing with the cruise control engaged when going
down a grade. This is not normal when compared to other vehicles.
#83 of 89 Vibrating when 40 to 45 MPH
Dec 14, 2007 (8:58 pm)
I got a 2007 model about one month ago. if i maintain throttle at about 40 to 45 mph, the whole car starts vibrating/shaking slightly (very little but noticeable). any one have any ideas as to why this happens? is this something the dealer should be able to fix?
#84 of 89 Re: Vibrating when 40 to 45 MPH [jumpdad]
Dec 15, 2007 (6:42 am)
Sounds like front tires are out of balance.
#85 of 89 Re: Vibrating when 40 to 45 MPH [jumpdad]
Dec 15, 2007 (8:26 am)
I think floridabob is correct
#86 of 89 Re: Vibrating when 40 to 45 MPH [floridabob1]
Dec 17, 2007 (8:58 pm)
Thanks. I will check with dealer.
#87 of 89 transmission and vibration, shifter
Mar 17, 2008 (5:49 pm)
-Bought ours on Dec 31 and noticed the vibration, took it back and they rebalanced the front wheels.
-Transmission, on the test drive I noticed the transmission lag from 1-2, even took the manager for a ride and showed it to him. Didn't purchase that one but purchased another one. Forgot to mention, this is my wifes care. We went from a Avalon to this by the way. Anyway, when I drive it, I notice it shifts differently from new.. Someone mentioned TSB's going to check on that.
-Maybe I should start a new topic, but thought I would start here. My wife called me about an hour ago, I couldn't answer, on Jury duty. But anyway, she couldn't get it into park. The engine was running, foot on brake. She was able to shut the engine off and start up ( in neutral) again and that didn't solve the probem. Eventually she was abale to do it. This is the second time for her. I was thinking user issue, but before I touch that, anyone else have this problem/
#88 of 89 Re: Only real complaint [frazee]
May 03, 2008 (6:48 am)
Thanks for your post.
My confusion is that the owner's manual for my 07 Azera Limited says that the mirrors tilt down in reverse if the mirror selector switch is left in the "L" position. No they don't. Dealer expresses complete mystification and does nothing.
To pour salt in the wound, the '07 Kia Sedona van which I rented from Enterprise a few months ago claimed exactly the same feature in its owner's manual, and yet did nothing of the sort.
Any clues about this?
In addition, are to able to advise me about how to activiate the "exit" memory feature, and/or get power to the memory switches without the key being in?
#89 of 89 Re: Only real complaint [pcunniff]
May 03, 2008 (6:57 am)
From what I've read on this board the American version of the Azera does not have this feature even though it mentions it in the owners manual. The Korean versions do have it.