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Wind-up noise 2 seconds after cold start of new i30, lasting 2 seconds.

This noise occurs on cold start-up only and Hyundai was unable to locate the problem at 1 month first service. On startng the car from cold, the wind-up noise occurs after about 2 seconds and ceases after 4 seconds.

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    robert699 Mar 04, 2013

    I have the same noise, yet to have the first service.

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