Last post on Dec 30, 2010 at 8:21 PM
You are in the Hyundai Elantra
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#157 of 158 Re: Speedometer Problem [techguy378]
Dec 30, 2010 (10:35 am)
I owned a 2009 Elantra I noticed the speedometer and the odometer were off within the first few months of owning it. Speedometer was 4 miles faster than I was going and the odometer was recording mileage at a rate of 20% more than actually traveled. This is great for Hyundai their warranty expires 20K miles before it's supposed to. When I took it in to the dealer they said it was within Hyundai specifications. I recently just traded this in on a 2010 Elantra, the first thing I checked was the speedometer and again it was 4 miles too fast according to the cops radar gun. But something different on the odometer, it was recording at a much lower rate than distanced traveled approximately 25%. So my warranty on this vehicle will be much longer. So I guess it works out in the long run if you keep buying Hyundai's. But a much deeper concern is for Hyundai's quality control program. Other that this I have not had a problem with either one of the cars.
#158 of 158 Re: Speedometer Problem [techguy378]
Dec 30, 2010 (8:21 pm)
I don't know how far back in this discussion you've read, but I recommend going through it from the start. You might find some useful stuff, e.g. here's a post about a service bulletin re ECU reprogramming for the speedometer for 2007 Elantras: