Question about 2006 Hyundai Sonata
Exact same problem. When we told them about your post, they thought we were nuts. Took the Sonata to the dealer and sure enough, Jiffy Lube did not put the parts back in. Called them and now says the dealer is nuts. But after a few minutes, Jiffy Lube called back and said they found the parts in the bottom of the bay. Please be careful about taking the Sonata's to non dealers. We learned our lesson. Still waiting for the thing to be fix, and hope there was not other damage done.
Thank's,we won't ever go their.But you don't have to go to the Dealer,just find a certified mechanic and stick with him.I have one on major jobs that I can not do and he's never done me wrong.
Posted on May 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't know from where you bought the car but do you feel certain that typical causes such as fouled plugs or clogged air filters are not at fault?
Most dealers, even the shlocks don't normally skimp on the simple stuff but who knows about a private source?
That does seem low, especially the city numbers. I don't think Hyundai is any leader in gas mileage but they are better than what you are getting.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: Oil change intervals
I personally hold synthetic oil as the high-standard of lubricants. However quality varies. Without completely flushing I would not recommend use in a high mile engine.
"ordinary oils" are far better than they used to be, but begin to break down substantially after about 2500 miles. No dealer wants your car to last beyond the warranty period. They sell new cars! Changing your oil & filter at 3000 miles is reasonable, and not too often. If you are using quite a bit of oil, take care of all external leaks you can. It will help a lot. You can't extend change intervals because of oil consumption. The filter must be serviced regularly or you will cause more internal wear.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: not ready codes
There is a long drive cycle for this issue and it is a tsb so it should be free. Have them call hyundai tech line to get the drive cycle. Its so long i could never type it out for you. Its pages but it works. If the dealer gives you any problems call hyundai consumer affairs and they will take care of it for you. the number is in your owners manual or ask a sales person. Hyundai cansumer affairs will do anything to make you happy. Hope this helps good luck.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
I am having a very similar problem with my '01 Sonata. I had it in to the dealer and they said the same thing. It seems to be the input speed sensor. Good to hear someone else diagnose it the same way, I just had my timing belt and serpentine belt changed, this problem never occured before replacing them. So I was worried that there was a problem with the installation. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Sorry. The airbag system is propietary to Hyundai manufacturing. The Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC's) in the Supplememental Restraint System (SRS) are unique to Hyundai - unavoidable unless you can find a High-Scan Pro scanned to pull the code and get the wiring diagrams to solve this. Solution is the Dealer - pay the diag fee and they will give you an estimate of repairs (parts, labor, tax, time-frame, etc)... I know this isn't what you want to hear.. but it's Hyundai's system and only Hyundai has the solution.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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