I really see this as materials and workmanship defect. We are the original owners since brand new off the dealership lot. If there is a problem with your compressor or evaporator, adding freon will not restore cooling. Also there is a pattern of complaints about the 2013 Elantra brakes grinding at very low mileage. If you turn the ignition to on, not start, do you hear a humming coming from the rear? Most refrigerants include a leak sealer that will seal small leaks in addition to filling the R134a refrigerant.
. The 2005 Hyundai Elantra can tow 3. I asked if the compressor is chipped or cracked and was told no. During the summer this would be a very serious problem. Took to dealer, they say rock punctured it. It is the same thing like Darlene L.
I want to know what happened to her? Bullshit, now that I see other complaints, sounds fishy to me. I have a truck with double the mileage and is like a meat locker in the middle of summer. Hyundai needs to get their act together on this one. If the dealer thinks people will fall for and be insulted by stating a compressor should be replaced at a cost of over 1000. Hyundai needs to address the issue and fix the problem.
We have impeccable maintenance records and have always taken good care of the car. In addition to cooling, freon lubricates the compressor when it runs. Engineered with advanced surface air gap set-up for prolonged, more powerful spark; Features platinum center. Elantra owners have tried sensor adjustments, wheel alignments, even replacing axles, most with no luck. Old spark plugs for Hyundai Sonata often produce a rough and jittery. The car in the video is a 2007 model.
The information provided herein is a reference provided to you at no charge. This is quite allot for a sedan. When your compressor kicks on, add freon to the correct pressure. Should be covered under warranty, but dealer and warranty manufacturer says no. Remember do not tow over 1,000 lbs without trailer brakes and that includes the weight of the trailer.
You should always attempt to verify the information with your vehicle manual or information provided on the underhood stick, sometimes also located on the top of the accumulator. If your vehicle was originally charged with R12 refrigerant, for example, the oil type specified, 'mineral', will not apply. Elantra I have head of. Was told all cars need refrigerant, I responded by stating my other vehicle of over 10 years never and still doesn't need any. Screw you Hyundai, you just lost a customer.
Hyundai has made vehicle buybacks through arbitration, but that rarely works out well financially for owners in the end. You will never be able to stop it and it may jackknife. If the trailer is not equipped with trailer brakes it can only tow 1,000 lbs. Refrigerant and oil capacity guides are based on data provided by sources such as AllData and Mitchell. . . .
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