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Just purchased a 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco. When accelerating at low speeds, car starts to pulse and jerk. This happened several times. At higher speeds, I don't notice this jerkiness

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Why are you not discussing this with the service dealer as it is under warranty
if you have the auto CV transmission it could be a belt problem but you have to take it to the dealer service center to have it fixed

Posted on May 14, 2017

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    Melanie Guild May 14, 2017

    I was hoping that it was a normal function with this car and not have to take it back in.

  • Bill Boyd May 14, 2017

    it is not normal in any sense of the word and the dealer has to sort it out for you
    I suspect that you do have the CV transmission and there has been a recall already by several manufacturers using that transmission for a program upgrade for the transmission

  • Melanie Guild
    Melanie Guild May 14, 2017

    Thanks for the info. I will call tomorrow.

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