This may apply to all vehicles equipped with TPMS, but Hyundai reminds us that electromagnetic interference (EMI) can mess with the tire pressure monitoring system. The TPMS malfunction indicator lamp may be illuminated if the vehicle is moving around electric power supply cables or radio transmitters at police stations, government and public offices, broadcasting stations, military installations, airports, transmitting towers, etc.
This precaution released by Hyundai warns of modifications to front seats.
Some 2011 Hyundai Sonata vehicles equipped with a 2.4L engine may exhibit a rattle sound from the driver’s side of the engine compartment. This can be observed during certain engine operating speed ranges from 1,600-2,000 rpm or during light acceleration.
This bulletin applies to 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe vehicles. Effective with production date 10-24-2007, the front lower arm ball joint design has been changed.
This bulletin applies to 2009 and later Hyundai Genesis models equipped with a 3.8L V6 engine. An improperly adjusted neutral start switch (inhibitor switch) may result in a no-start condition in neutral or park, along with DTCs P0707 (transmission range sensor circuit low input) or P0708 (transmission range sensor circuit high input).
This bulletin applies to all Hyundai vehicles. Before replacing a power steering pump for a whine noise condition, check the pump reservoir filter screen for contamination.
This bulletin applies to Hyundai Santa Fe and Sonata vehicles equipped with a 3.3L engine. Look for an oil leak at the oil temperature sensor. Verify that the leak is at the sensor’s threaded area. Use of florescent dye can be used to isolate the leak.
This bulletin applies to certain Hyundai vehicles where one or more of the following automatic transaxle DTCs are stored:
2005-2008 Hyundai Tucson 2.0L and 2.7L engines are equipped with different air filter housings. If the incorrect air filter housing is installed, DTC P0171/P0174 (system too lean) may result.
Some 2011-2012 Hyundai Elantra vehicles (equipped with automatic transmission) may experience a rattle noise from the front of the vehicle with the brake applied, in reverse gear, after a cold start. The noise does not occur after engine warm-up. Do not replace the transmission for this condition. Follow the repair procedure and replace the front muffler.