Question about 1999 Hyundai Accent
That is the tiptronic shifter, it allows the driver to manually shift gears without the use of a clutch. She may have bumped it to s much lower gear but there should be no damage done from that. If the rpm is too high the car will override and shift up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Can you message me what they decided this was. We had this same problem after church, today, though we have an automatic transmission
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
I have the same problem..but mine has a hard time getting up to 55 ..it also does the hard shift thing and will not excelerate going up any kind of hill.I've already replaced the input..output speed censor's and had a tune up...it has about 116,500 miles on it and i dont know if its the transmission causing the problems.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Disconnect the battery.remove the front tires.disconnect the lower control arms from the hubs.Remove the axle nuts.Swing away the hub until it clears the end of the drive axle spline.Keep it to the side.Remove the drive axles. remove the starter.remove the torque converter bolts on the flywheel.disconnect the gear linkage and all electrical connectors.disconnect the transmission cooler lines. undo the transmission mounts. use a transmission jack to lower the transmission.Installation is the reverse of the above.Be sure to torque all bolts and nuts to spec,pre load the mounts and replace the cotter pins with new ones.it should take about 5 hours to re and re the transmission.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
SOURCE: 2006 Hyundai Sonata, 3.3 L
Hello and welcome to FixYa!
You may just have system failure. As a first course of action, I strongly suggest that you remove the positive battery connector and let it sit for at least 5mins. before reconnecting it. This will reset the system and can get it back to it's normal operation.
If the problem still persists, I believe that you will need to have the torque converter replaced. This can be caused by a faulty or worn out torque converter as well.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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