Hyundai Elantra owners have reported 14 problems related to windshield (under the visibility category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Hyundai Elantra based on all problems reported for the Elantra.
Water leaks from windshield area into behind dashboard and accumulates on floor mats(front area). Front right wheel scraping noise. Already replaced tire, premature tire failure. Heater control lights turns off.
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The contact owns a 2005 Hyundai Elantra. The contact stated that the windshield was covered in tiny holes. A news broadcast mentioned this problem and it served as confirmation for the contact that it was a serious failure. The holes made visibility difficult when driving at night or in adverse weather conditions. The failure was only on the front windshield in a uniformed, straight pattern. The current mileage is 30,600, and failure mileage was 24,000. Updated 05/23/07.
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- the contact stated that thev 2005 Hyundai electra's roof had a water leak. She had repairs on the vehicle on four occasions. The dealership continued to inform the contact that the water was coming from the windshield. This water leaked into the vehicle when it was raining. She stated that the dealership continued to replace and reseal the windshield. She stated that the dealership took to vehicle to auto concept, and the company called the water doctor. They informed her that it was possible that the rivets h popped in the roof . The contact stated that this a safety problem while driving, she could see with the water coming into the vehicle. She felt that there may be mold forming in the vehicle. The water came down on her feet, and came in on the gear shift. The contact will be calling the manufacturer to file a complaint. The failure mileage was 6544, and the current mileage was 8576. Updated 03/30/07.
One morning last year, my wife and I discovered two small (1/8" dia. ) pock marks on the outer surface of our 2004 Hyundai Elantra's front windshield. The glass is labeled: korea autoglass laminated a. We assume that the marks were the result of stones or similar objects which flew up and hit the windshield while one of us was driving. We did not witness the event. Within a few days, we noticed that a surface crack had begun to "run" from one of the pock marks down the windshield - about 2 to three inches in length. A few weeks later, when we brought the car to the dealer for a recall fix unrelated to the windshield, we were told the crack was probably the result of the original dings and was therefore not a manufacturing defect. I have been driving since the late 1950s. Never on any car I have owned have I seen an entire windshield threatened by what began as minor damage such as was sustained by our Elantra. To date, the crack has increased down the windshield to about 8 inches, and appears headed for the lower windshield frame. I wonder if any drivers of Hyundais or other makes have reported a similar experience with windshield damage. I should think that a well-made quality laminated glass would be able to withstand what started as a minor mishap. Thank you. Sincerely,
ken spalding .
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While driving front passenger's window blewout. Vehicle was checked by dealer.
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Early in the morning consumer found rear windshield shattered without prior warning, and could not recall how it happened. Dealer was contacted. Please provide more information.
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The left rear small window seal broke.
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The left rear small window seal broke.
When travelling at around 45mph, I noticed crack on windshield. I mmediately,went to dealer who told me that it's not cover in warranty. Replaced else where. It seems that my car picks up little debris form road especially driven on bridge /highway. I am afraid that my windshield will broke again and I may get hurt.
If window sslightly in rain, water pours in on arm rest console elec components.
Consumer was driving approximately 40mph when windshield began cracking on the passenger's side, there was no impact. Also, in may 98 the air vents were replaced, and were replaced again in November, 98, and February 99.
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The window leaks.
Front windshield developed a stress crack. Nlm.
Within 17,000 miles the front brake pads has prematurely worn out, and rotors were resurfaced. Cause unknown. Dealer cannot identify the problem. Both front window fall while driving. Door ajar light stays on. Right door panel make noise. Dome light stays on.