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Search the VIN code and it will tell you when it was made.

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You have a failed transmission that will have to be
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The flair in the rpm & gear change issues, should
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How does that happen on a 7 year old vehicle ?

You fail to change your transmission & power steering
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15 years & 150,000 or possibly more, are given a death
sentence.

Trans fluid breaks down from heat in about two years &
like all fluids the additive packages are used up

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Motor Oil-well-you do as you please

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When we worked-four times a year

I have a 2014 vehicle that I got in march
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WHY- it has been in there 4 months (remember
3 times a year) BUT --i keep my vehicles 18 years

I have one that I have had 30 years

The trans fluid --I will be doing soon
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My 2005 rendezvous is in need of a tune up. what parts do i need?


What you have done is called neglect,abuse & lack
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You change Spark Plugs every 3 years
You change oil at least 4 times a year
You flush brake fluid every 2 years
You change trans & power steering fluids every 3 years
You replace gas filter & air filter every 3 years
You replace belts every 5 or 6 years
You flush coolant every 3 years
You clean MAF Sensor once a year
You replace front oxygen sensors at 100,000 miles

And on and on

You keep a log book for Preventive Maintenance

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Second and/or subsequent owners have powertrain components coverage under the 5-Year/60,000-Mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty. Excludes coverage for vehicles in commercial use (e.g. taxi, route delivery, delivery service, rental, etc.).

5-YEAR/60,000-MILE NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY Covers repair or replacement of any component manufactured or originally installed by Hyundai that is defective in material or factory workmanship, under normal use and maintenance.

The following components are covered for time and mileage limits indicated:
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• Battery: 3 years/unlimited miles (100% covered 2 years/unlimited miles; after 2 years and within 3 years, 25% cost of battery and 100% labor cost covered)
• Air conditioner refrigerant charge: 1 year/unlimited miles
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How often does the timing belt have to be changed on a 2004 V40 1.9 4cyl?


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186,000 miles/16 years.
1,9T/2,0T - 2000MY: Replacement of timing belt and tensioner at the following intervals:
66,000 miles/6 years.
138,000 miles/12 years.
210,000 miles/18 years.
2,0T - 2001MY: Replacement of timing belt and tensioner at the following intervals:
90,000 miles/8 years.
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