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#12 of 31 mine does this too
May 15, 2007 (4:51 am)
can't figure out a rhyme or reason to it
definately not because it cracked 999 miles, i reset it every fillup, and many times i cannot use it to verify gas mileage because it zeroes itself out
and i second the thought that i don't want some idiot ripping apart my dash, i'll just live with the problem on this one.
#13 of 31 Re: mine does this too [cbrturbo]
May 15, 2007 (3:08 pm)
Just a thought here...check your negative battery terminal!
I say that because when I purchased my car after about a month one morning my car would not start!
Opened up the hood and my negative terminal was loose. Tightened it up and no problems since.
Just a thought.
#14 of 31 Re: mine does this too [sergio19]
May 15, 2007 (6:24 pm)
Since the owner's manual states that disconnecting the battery resets the data, that indicates that the data is in a volatile memory, so any power interrupt to the circuit (like a loose/intermittantly loose battery cable or fuse to that circuit) would cause the effect...
#15 of 31 Re: mine does this too [gamleged]
May 16, 2007 (3:21 am)
If the power source were to be interupted, would not all of the volitile memory be lost? This would include all features of trip computer, presets on audio system, clock etc.
#16 of 31 TRIP METER RESETS FOR NO REASON
May 16, 2007 (6:25 am)
it has to be an intermitant power problem to the trip meter. If it was further upstream in the power line, it would effect other items. My thought is it has to be a problem in the circuit board, too slim of a chance that their are this many Zers out with the same loose wire, but during manufacturing, one slightly off adjustment on one machine, an you have a bunch off bad boards. One other thought. HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE NOTICED, WHILE DRIVING AT NIGHT, THAT YOUR HEADLIGHTS DIM, NOW AND THEN, WHILE TAKING YOUR FOOT FROM THE THROTTLE PEDAL, ESPECIALLY WHEN EXITING THE HIGHWAY???
May 18, 2007 (4:22 pm)
I have also noticed this little reset thing - I am about to go in for my 15K chek-up, I will have them check the batt to make sure its tight.
#18 of 31 Re: 2007 Azera trip computer zeros out for no reason [floyd2222]
Jun 12, 2007 (2:04 pm)
Yes, my '07 Azera trip miliage has reset by itself at least three times during the 1900 miles and three months it has been driven. Actually, it happened this morning. And NO it is not due to a recycle (1000 miles) and NO the battery was not disconnected, and NO it did not happen at Night. In fact, at first I was about to blame the wife for doing it? I will discuss this with the dealership at the 3,000 mile oil change and check up. In the meantime I will check this site for more info.
#19 of 31 Re: Post #16.. Headlight dims on decelleration?...
Jun 28, 2007 (8:20 am)
On another forum I found, today:
"My wifes 2006 Azera has a continuing issue that I was hoping someone is familiar with. The dealership is pleasant, but clearly thinks we are just exagerating. From road speed when you begin to decelerate..just as it finally drops into low gear, the headlights will blink off ( or at least so dim that you can't really tell the difference) and then once the transmission has slipped completely into low (1) it is over. I have seen it occur when braking at higher speed but it may have been a combination of braking/transmission change to a lower gear. It is aggravating and the guy in front of you thinks your flashing your lights at him. This Azera has 9000 miles on it and has been a joy to own. We have 2 other Elantras that my daughters drive and one has 35,000 and the other 18,000 and zero problems with either one. We are very satisfied 3 Hyundai family...now if we can just get them to bring me a truck over here.
Any thoughts on the headlight issue would be appreciated."
I've informed him about your post and the fact that I haven't seen this problem mentioned anywhere else but your mention here...
#20 of 31 Re: TRIP METER RESETS FOR NO REASON [hyundai2]
Jul 23, 2007 (2:21 pm)
I have tested my 06AZ in many different configurations, and I can get my headlights to dim in every one. AC on and off. stereo on and off. high speed exit ramps. slowing in city traffic. my headlights, dash lights, and A/C fan ALL blink off for a half second, then right back to normal. It is very noticeable every time i decelerate at night there is definitely a problem in the electrical system...
#21 of 31 Re: TRIP METER RESETS FOR NO REASON [jb124203]
Jul 23, 2007 (7:03 pm)
My car may be exhibiting some of the same issues with the trip comp. It is a 12/05 build date and I am at 14K miles.
I will keep an eye on it. I will have to look later though, because it is in he shop getting a new front right strut. (Yes, the "Dreaded Klunk")