Question about 2010 Hyundai i10 1.2
It was not until later in the day as I check the Internet for "hyundai i10" "steering locking" that I started to worry once again. I found reviews and comments mentioning that the i10 had problems with its power steering system which sometimes caused locking while the car was in motion! This post about hyundai i10 steering locking is what really caused me to get worried again. I still puzzled a bit and not sure if that was the same case as mine as in my case the locking took place while the car was at a stand still and turned off. I'll try to follow up on this carefully to see where it goes. Perhaps I should mention this issue to the agency as they service my car after the first 1000 miles (or first month of driving it).
Update: After describing the problem on an Arabic cars forum I learned that nothing was wrong with my i10. The steering locking was normal since I tried to move the steering too much while the car was turned off. As for the key not turning in with ease, the reason was that I must have moved the steering slightly after inserting the key and before turning the key. This is the method used for turning the key whenever the steering has locked. Man, I just love those forums and i LOVE the Internet.
Posted on May 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Unlocking the steering wheel
You'll need to have it diagnosed. Without actually looking at it myself, there are numerous possible causes and to take you through each one would take days.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
Try holding your steering wheel hard to the left as you try to turn the key. If this doesnt work try holding it to the right doing the same thing. Something happened to where the steering wheel lock engaged and that will prevent you from using the ignition key. Try this
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
check your key see if its not damaged ok also press the break move the steering wheel slowly and move the key as you are moveing the steering wheel
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
The vibration and rubbing may be separate issues. There could be many causes for vibration, ranging from low fluid, sticky rack valves, etc., to the tires simply grapping and releasing on the pavement. If it only does it under heavy use, such as when standing still and turning alot, then I suggest not doing that. It is hard on a car to turn the steering wheel when the car is not moving.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
report this issue to your dealership where the warranty is at.. Hyundai is very good to their customers... We have been driving them for 10 years now and have been very satisfied.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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