Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 50 problems related to car stall (under the engine and engine cooling category).
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving at an unknown speed, the vehicle suddenly stalled. The vehicle was inspected by an independent mechanic who diagnosed that the engine seized. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The VIN was not available. The failure mileage was 144,000.
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Was driving home with my 11 year old daughter during rush hour when the car just died in the middle of the road. Couldn't start it up, then it starting to smell like fire and a lot of smoke was coming out of the engine. Had to jump out of car and get it towed to dealer. This was after a similar incident happened a week before on my way to work where the car just stalled out and stopped in the middle of the road. Brought it into Hyundai dealer and they said I had a "sludge" problem. They ran a diagnostics test, but nothing came back. Told me to take to a reputable car repair place and get the oil changed because they didn't want to be liable. When I took it to firestone, the guy there told me it wasn't a sludge problem and the oil wasn't as bad as Hyundai made it out to be. He changed the oil there, then a week later the engine died again in the middle of the main road and started smoking. I looked it up and saw numerous other similar complaints about the same exact thing happening to other people with 2011 Sonatas. They are trying to tell me it's my fault and will probably not be covered and will cost me about $6,000 to fix the engine. If so many other people have the same issue, then it is not my fault, it should be a recall (a dangerous life threatening one) from Hyundai as the car can just stop in the middle of the highway! my daughter refuses to get in the car again. Waiting to hear what they say, but I should not have to pay for a faulty engine problem that Hyundai is aware of.
Tl-the contact 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while driving approximately 60 mph, the vehicle stall. No warning indicators illuminated. The vehicle had be pushed to side of the road. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic and diagnosis was that a piston rod was fractured . The only way to correct that was a new engine. The vehicle then was towed to a dealer for a second opinion, the diagnosis was the same. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 90,000. Bp.
The contact owns a 2013 Hyundai Sonata. While driving 55 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was towed to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the motor needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The VIN was not available. The failure mileage was 50,062.
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I am having problems with my car not wanting to accelerate sometimes, I typically notice this when I am on the freeway going about 60 mph and when I try to go past that it will seem to not want to accelerate and then jerk and then go accelerate faster. Lately I have also notice this when going normal speeds it seems like it wants to stall.
On 04/06/2016, the vehicle's engine began to run rough and hesitated. Lack of acceleration, even at 4000 rpms (top speed 20 mph at 4000 rpms). The vehicle began to stall and required the gas pedal to be pressed due to low rpms at idle. The problem is intermittent, with no warning to the operator, and poses a significant safety risk on roadways with speed limits above 40 mph. No engine warning light came on to warn the operator. After three occurrences of this problem, in less than 24 hours, the vehicle, with only 1,351 miles on the odometer, was taken to dealership for service on 4/7/2015. After replacing, the fuel pump, the vehicle was returned to the owner on 04/10/2015. Less than 2 miles after picking the vehicle up from service, the problem occurred again, on a 50 mph roadway. The operator was very concerned for her safety as other motorists were swerving around the vehicle and honking their horns. Again, no engine warning lights came on to warn the operator. Once again, the vehicle was taken back to the dealership within 20 minutes of initial pick-up, for further repairs. The dealership has had the vehicle ever since, changing multiple parts dealing wit the fuel systems, and has yet to correct the problem to date (04/16/2015).
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While driving the car on interstate 95 , the car abruptly stalled out doing 60 mpg , the flashers would not work. I shifted it in neutral and it started after two attempts. We proceeded to get off the interstate onto another four lane highway. About a half a mile down the road, it stalled again. After two more attempts to restart the engine, it did restart and everything seemed fine. Three more miles down the road, the car stalled out again and then started smoking. We could not restart the car and the flashers initially would not work again. After ten seconds, the flashers started to work and then we proceeded to push the car across the highway into a 7-11. The engine had seized up. The car had to be towed to the Hyundai dealer. After calling the dealer the next day, I found out that four cars with the same problem were waiting to be repaired. The dealer is now putting a new engine in the car since it is still under warranty. The problem is they are putting a new engine in the car with the same exact problem. They have not fixed the initial problem. I am afraid this same exact incident will happen again and I will not be as lucky. They are putting my life and my families' life in jeopardy. I want them to buy back the car, this should not happen with only 25,000 miles on the car and an up-to-date car service record.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving approximately 45 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was towed to the independent mechanic, who diagnosed that the engine needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 74,000.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while making a turn, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was repaired under NHTSA campaign number: 10v426000 (steering) but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 67,000.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving 70 mph, the vehicle stalled and smoke appeared from the front of the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to a dealer, but was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 130,000.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving approximately 60 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact was able to restart the vehicle. The dealer stated that a bad batch of oil was placed in the vehicle and that a new engine was needed. The vehicle was not repaired and the manufacturer was not notified. The VIN was unavailable. The approximate failure mileage was 64,000. . . Updated 08-26-14.
The contact owns a 2008 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while driving approximately 40 mph, the vehicle stalled and the front end of the vehicle caught on fire. A police report was filed. There were no injuries reported. The vehicle was towed to a salvage yard where it was not inspected. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The vehicle was destroyed. The approximate failure and current mileage was 130,000.
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After I start my car and drive it for less than one mile, my car will stall when I take my foot off of the gas pedal to slow down or stop. This usually happens when I slow/stop the car for the first time after starting.
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I went out to start my car and it wouldn't start. I had to call a tow truck after a jump wouldn't work. I bought the car a year and a half ago and when the driver tested the battery, it wasn't dead but it wasn't great. I replaced the battery ($95 at walmart) and the car started. For a day. The next day the car wouldn't start again, when we realized it was then the starter. I purchased and installed a new starter on the vehicle ($105 online) issue resolved. Pretty young of a car for the starter to go.
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The car started losing speed and stalled a couple of times. The camshaft sensor and crankshaft sensors were replaced. The problem happened 6 months later.
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Taking my car for the first oil change since I bought it and the car stalled while in neutral waiting for an oil change. Restarted without a problem. It has also tried to stall while driving several times since, more frequent than before. It's also stalled in stop and go traffic. My check light only comes on for a split second when the car tries to die, but after that, it's just fine. Brought it to 3 dealerships that told me that nothing was wrong with my car. I bought an obdii scanner and found trouble codes p0335 and p0108. Took it to the dealer again and they still couldn't find a code. My car has almost stalled while trying to cross a busy intersection and no one wants to even try to help me.
I purchased/ picked up my certified 2011 Hyundai Sonata on 4/4/13. On 4/10 the push start failed. I had to call the Hyundai service department and was walked thru the over ride process to get the car started. Immediately made a service appointment for this issue and took it in on 4/13. On this day it was discovered that there was an issue with the thermostat and they needed to correct it, I authorized it and it was all covered under the warranty. There was no out of pocket expense. I picked my car up that same evening and drove it home and no where else for the rest of the weekend. 4/18 about 22 miles down the highway the engine light comes on. 4/19 took it in, I was told the thermostat part that was installed was obsolete and they had my car for 6 days waiting on the new part and doing installation. I was provided a rental car at $60+ out of pocket cost for insurance. Picked up my car 4/25 and drove it about 175 miles ( it is 126 miles round trip from home to work) and 4/26 the engine light comes on again. I sit here now with no Hyundai because it is at the dealers getting repairs again!!! again!!! opted not to use the rental car service this time as it would cost more than $50 per day out of my own pocket for an uncertained amount of time. Nothing but problems and I havent even made my first car payment yet. And on 4/24 the day before I pick my car up for the second time, a recall was issued for the brake lamps. . . Really Hyundai??? really??? what makes this car certified? what was the inspection exactly that occured to certify this vehicle??.
Tl-the contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while driving approximately 5 to 20 mph the vehicle stalled. Immediately after all the warning lights illuminated. The vehicle was able to restart after a 10 minute wait. The vehicle was taken to a dealer for diagnosis. After diagnosis they advised her that air filters were clogged and needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired by changing the air filters. The failure re ocurred approximately one week later. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer and they advised her that the valves from the gas tank failed. The vehicle was repaired for the valves. The failure re occurred a week later and has been taken to dealer for diagnosis. The vehicle has not been repaired. In addition, the contact stated that while driving at various speeds the gas gauge would read empty without any warning. The vehicle was taken to teh dealer for that failure and was repaired for the instrumental cluster. The manufacturer was not contacted. The failure mileage was approximately was approximately 38,000. The current mileage was approximately 200 (due to the cluster being replaced). The VIN was unavailable. Tb.
The contact owns a 2010 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that the check engine warning lamp was illuminated and the vehicle had exhibited stalling failures. The transmission also failed to shift gears. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. However, the technician was unable to diagnose and duplicate the failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The VIN was not available. The failure and current mileage was 16,500.
The contact owns a 2009 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while driving 65 mph, the vehicle stalled twice. The vehicle was merged to the shoulder with the engine off for approximately 35 minutes before it was able to be restarted. There were no warning lights illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who inspected and test drove the vehicle but could not locate the problem. The manufacturer was notified and a claim was filed. The manufacturer advised that a representative would be calling within 24 hours. The failure mileage was 18,941.
The contact owns a 2012 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that the vehicle would stall without warning, followed by an abnormal grinding. The dealer made three attempts to duplicate the failure but to no avail. The manufacturer did not offer any assistance. No repairs were performed. The current mileage was 600 and the failure mileage was unknown.
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The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while accelerating from a stop, the vehicle stalled. The contact took the vehicle to a dealer for diagnostic testing. The dealer replaced the throttle, which did not remedy the stalling failure and the contact took the vehicle back to the dealer. The dealer replaced the fuel system and tightened the oil pan however, the repair also did not remedy the failure. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer a third time however, the dealer could not detect a code regarding the stalling failure and stated that there was nothing wrong with the vehicle. The contact called the manufacturer, who sent a technician from the regional office but the technician also could not determine a defect after driving the vehicle for 14 miles. The vehicle was not further repaired. The failure mileage was 36,000.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated while driving 20 mph the vehicle stalled. The vehicle would not restart. The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer and the contact was informed that the fuel pump failed. The fuel pump was replaced, but the failure continued. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer who was in the process of diagnosing the failure. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 8,500.
The contact owns a 2003 Hyundai Sonata GLS. The contact stated while driving approximately 65 mph the vehicle stalled, but the vehicle continued to surge forward. The vehicle was towed to a dealer who advised her that they would reprogram the computers. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was approximately 80,000.
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The contact owns a 2006 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that the vehicles stalled while driving between 45 and 55 mph. When the failure occurred all of the power steering and power brake functions malfunctioned. The vehicle was taken to the dealer twice for diagnostic testing and they were unable to diagnose the failure. There were no error codes. Hyundai was also notified and stated that they were unable to diagnose the failure. Case # 4011415 was filed by Hyundai. The failure mileage was approximately 44,000. The current mileage was 51,500.
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|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Check Engine Light On problems||
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||
|Gasoline Engine problems||
|Engine Clicking And Tapping Noises problems||
|Engine Knocking Noise problems||
|Engine Stall problems||