Hyundai Accent owners have reported 11 problems related to front suspension (under the suspension category).
The contact owns a 2005 Hyundai Accent. The contact stated that the front linkage assembly was worn out. The dealer stated that both the driver and passenger side front linkage assembly stabilizers needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 36,000.
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- the contact owns 2001 Hyundai Accent. While driving at 45 mph on a very nice day the vehicle began drifting on the road. The front passenger tire went off the road and the rear tire went off the road as well. The vehicle slowed down to approximately 40 mph when the driver lost complete control. He stated that only the driver's side tire was steering correctly, the other tires were going side to side. The contact could not control the vehicle and was rear ended. He sustained minor injuries. The contact had taken some pictures, and said that there was a bolt that sheared off. The rubber bushing was wide open and deformed. The contact had a police report. The current and failure mileage were both 100,000.
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When the brakes were applied, there was a popping noise from under front end. Also a creaking noise was heard from under the right front when car was at idle and when the steering was turned back and forth. Customer felt noise was related. Dealership could not find at the time. This happened three times.
There is a bolt that has a 1/2" gap on the driver's side under the frame that was noticed when replacing the front brake pads. The passenger side suspension bolt is flush with the frame of the car. This can only be seen if the car is on the ground. This is a potential hazard. Was notified by the mechanic that is was a defect with suspension and told to get the car in ASAP. This could pose a serious risk to the driver as well as others on the road.
Front end suspension connectors have fallen off of vehicle for second time, resulting in loss of a tire. Dealer has been contacted. Please provide further details.
When going up or down a hill the front end of the car shakes.
Vehicle constantly pulls to the right making it hard to steer. Tires and struts have been replaced, and problem is still there.
See all problems of the 1996 Hyundai Accent.
While driving at 40 mph there was a loud cracking noise coming from the left side of the vehicle, and the vehicle vibrated when driving at any speed. Also, when applying the brakes the vehicle will pull to the right.
At anytime the front end pulls badly to the left and when letting go of the steering wheel. It is worse at faster speed (highway speed). Please describe in detail.
Recall no 96v113000, was fixed on 8-15-96, the vehicle will not align properly, and a severely pulls to the right. Also excessive tire wear.
I just wanted to add that the problems with this car while not fatal at the present time could possibly result in something fatal in the very near future. The car was returned to the nearest Hyundai dealership, and I was told that it was pretty much my problem. The car is very well maintained and taken care of. This should not be happening to a car with less that 37000 miles on it. I feel very unsafe driving the car, but I do not hae the money to fix it. That is the reason why I bought a brand new car. If someone could help me on this it would be great.
See all problems of the 1997 Hyundai Accent.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Front Suspension problems||
|Front Suspension Control Arm problems||
|Front Suspension Lower Control Arm problems||
|Front Suspension Coil Spring problems||
|Front Suspension Strut problems||
|Front Suspension Wheel Bearing problems||
|Front Suspension Lower Ball Joint problems||
|Rear Axle Spindle problems||
|Sway Bar problems||