Question about 2006 Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata transmissions were much less than reliable. In most
cases, the symptoms you describe are caused by an internal transmission
failure that will require an overhaul or replacement. To be sure,
however, you should check the shift cable and the adjustment and
operation of the inhibitor switch. If that's good, you can pretty much
draw the conclusion that you're looking at expensive repairs.
Cost will vary greatly by geographic location and the shop where you have the vehicle repaired. You'd be best served by calling a few places to see what they'd charge to overhaul or replace the transmission with one that's already been remanufactured. Be sure to call your local Hyundai dealer also. Hyundai prices their remanufactured transmissions very competetively, so many dealers sell them for less than Hyundai's list price.
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Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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