Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 312 problems related to engine and engine cooling (under the engine and engine cooling category).
External high pressure fuel pump - my car just continually remained in the start up for 60 seconds without actually finishing the start up. I had to turn the car off try again 3 times. Once started and in motion after about 2 minute the car began sputtered and slowed down even when mashing the gas until I could get it to a repair shop thankfully the road was not filled with other cars going the posted speed limit of 55 because I may have been in an accident.
See all problems of the 2012 Hyundai Sonata.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving approximately 65 mph and getting ready to exit the highway, all the warning indicators illuminated and the vehicle's speed decreased. The contact engaged the vehicle into neutral and coasted to a gas station. The contact attempted to restart the vehicle, but was unsuccessful. The vehicle was towed to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the engine seized and needed to be replaced. After receiving a notice from the manufacturer in December of 2016 to have the vehicle evaluated to determine if a new engine was needed, the contact was advised by the mechanic that the vehicle was ok to be driven. The vehicle was repaired at the owner's expense. The VIN was unknown. The approximate failure mileage was 167,760.
See all problems of the 2011 Hyundai Sonata.
Takata loud rpm when starting then loud clicking in steering wheel coupler bad now brakes having issues and axles clicking radio goes on and off. Lights keep burning out.
Engine died while driving down the highway - would not restart and was not able to jump it - towed 50 + miles back home -.
Tl-the contact owns 2012 Hyundai Sonata. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 15v568000 (engine) however, the part to do the repair was unavailable. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure. Parts distribution disconnect. Aa.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving approximately 30 mph, the vehicle hesitated to accelerate and the check engine warning indicator illuminated. The contact stated that the failure occurred between 4 and 8 times per year. The contact received a recall notification. The vehicle was taken to the dealer replaced the oil measuring stick and the vehicle passed the evaluation. The vehicle was taken to an independent certified mechanic for a second. It was diagnosed that one of the pistons was failing and eventually the engine would fail. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The recall details were not provided. The approximate failure mileage was 82,600.
I was driving at 6:20 am on the new jersey turnpike. I was in the left lane and going approximately 70 mph using the scc (Smart cruise control). All of the sudden, the lights start flashing and the car completely turns off. Since it was before sunrise, everything was black and I couldn't even see where I was driving, not to mention that the steering wheel became locked. 10 seconds later, the care came back to "life". It did that same intro with the "system check" thing as it does when the car is started from a park position- only I was on the highway going 70 mph. I have never heard of something so absurd, but I guarantee that if this was during rush hour or a busier time during the day- there would have been a major accident!.
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The contact owns a 2016 Hyundai Sonata. While driving approximately 35 mph, the engine seized without warning. The vehicle was towed to a tow facility. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The VIN and failure mileage were unknown.
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The hose leading to the turbo has melted off. The clamp with hose rubber remain firmly attached to the turbo with the remainder of the hose has fallen below the turbo air inlet. The issue occurred suddenly from one night to the next morning. Under load, the turbo operational noise was extremely loud compared to usual.
Second time reaching out and I have gotten no kind of help or contact. I keep getting told that because I am stationed overseas that I can't be helped. I am active duty army serving overseas so you would think that the least that could get done is putting my safety as priority. The engine is on recall and I've already almost gotten into an accident because of it!!!!.
There is a recall on the engine and the manufacturer refuses to have it fixed because I am located overseas. I am active duty army and currently on mission so my car is with me. The car went dead on the highway and I almost lost my life and they still made no effort to fix the problem.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving 25 mph and making a left turn, the rpms increased independently and the vehicle lunged forward without warning. In addition, once the vehicle was placed in park, the rpms continued to increase and then decreased. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 60,000.
On Thursday 1/5/17, upon starting my vehicle, my engine light was illuminated. Today, I had a diagnostic test done and was told the turbo component was not working. My vehicle has approximately 46,000 miles. I read online and this has happened to others with the same mileage. Is there another recall?.
Dec 29,2016 vehicle engine completely broke down while driving 55 mph on rural highway. All lights came on at once and I was able to steer it to an intersection and pull over. Towed to local garage. Initially diagnosed as burnt out starter, however, once replaced the engine would not turn over. It was seized. The vehicle was towed to myrtle beach Hyundai on Jan 3rd where it will be tested. I believe this is related to the Hyundai recall regarding defective engines with metal shavings although I had just had the recall tests done at the dealership on Dec 16th. I have had a series of issues with the turbo ever since I bought this new car with service records at dealerships in burlington, nc as well as in shrewsbury, NJ and n. Myrtle beach. All receipts are in the vehicle right now at the dealership but I can upload at a future time.
The engine started knocking loudly, slowing down and idling rough. I pulled over and the car would not remain running in idle. I had the vehicle towed and inspected at the house and the valves are bad. It happened without any warning, lights or gauges coming on or prior noise. I was driving around 45-50 to work when this happened out of the blue. 179,000 miles on the car and regular oil changes since I had the vehicle. I purchase the vehicle with 60,000 miles.
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The contact owns a 2015 Hyundai Sonata. While backing out of a parking space, the engine suddenly revved and the vehicle accelerated approximately 25 feet. The contact's vehicle crashed into a Jeep and damaged three other vehicle. The failure occurred multiple times prior to this incident and the manufacturer was notified. A police report was filed and there were no injuries. The approximate failure mileage was 13,300.
Ecm issues. Car had ecm problem and lost power. Went into the dealer, and they said they repaired it. Didn't even make it home from the dealer and it happened again. Back to dealer and they said again it was repaired. Car had 10,000 miles on it at the time. Less than 3,000 miles later, it happened again - car completely shut off on the highway. Complete loss of power. Dealer claimed it was the same problem and "fixed" it with a software update. Now scared to drive it - considering lemon law? three problems in 6 months on a brand new car, and same problem every single time.
My engine is going to freeze it has no power and the transmission is slipping. It only has 74,000 miles on it. I spent all of my money on that car and it has a salvage title, so I cant sell it ortrade it in. I took it to the dealer for the recall and they said it didnt fall under that recall so I took it to a different dealer they said the same thing!, I want my car fixed!!!!! im a single mother and im homeless at the moment so I really need my car!!!!.
The contact owned a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While the vehicle was at the dealer for routine maintenance and an oil change, the technician stated that the vehicle needed three recall repairs for NHTSA campaign numbers: 16v190000 (steering), 15v759000 (service brakes, hydraulic), and 15v568000 (engine). Shortly after the dealer's repairs, smoke emitted under the hood near the front passenger side of the vehicle while driving 60 mph. The contact was able to coast the vehicle off the road and the fire department extinguished the flames. The fire department filed an incident report. The vehicle was towed to a yard and then to the contact's residence. The vehicle was not diagnosed by a dealer and the manufacturer to determine what caused the failure. The contact was waiting on a response from the manufacturer. The vehicle was destroyed. The failure mileage was not available.
The contact owned a 2013 Hyundai Sonata. The brakes failed while driving 60 mph and the check engine warning indicator illuminated. The driver pulled the vehicle to the side of the road and all the warning indicators illuminated. In addition, once the driver was able to pull the vehicle over to the side of the road, the vehicle was turned off but the engine remained operable. Upon inspection of the engine compartment, the contact observed flames. The fire department extinguished the flames. The driver did not see any smoke. The vehicle was towed to a salvage yard where it was deemed destroyed. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 61,000.
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Complete and total motor falure while driving at highway speed. Previously needed fule pump replacement. Cv joint (axel) failed prematurly.
Our 2011 Hyundai Sonata GLS 2. 4 engine caught fire as my wife was returning home from taking our son to school. My wife smelled gasoline and then it burst into flames. This was the second replacement engine covered under warranty and had less than 6000 miles on it. Hyundai mall of georgia has performed all warranty service work on this vehicle. After the second engine and many other warranty repairs tried to envoke the lemon law but was denied by hyundia case #9412898.
The engine just died while crossing the rfk bridge, nyc. I noticed as the car was slowing down and I pressed on the accelerator to gain speed. Nothing happened and the instrument panel was lit up with warnings. I then put it on neutral and lightly pressed on the breaks to start the engine again, nothing happened. I subsequently lost power steering and breaks. After the initial stop in a dangerous position, I was able to roll the car to a nearby construction site (off ramp to harlem river drive shoulder) behind some traffic barrels but scraped up against the concrete barrier as the car lost power steering and breaks and was hard to maneuver. I tried starting the engine again but it would not. I also opened the hood and saw smoke coming from underneath the hood. I had the car towed to a nearby dealership. I have included the service intake form in the attachments.
Engine seized at 41k miles while driving. At dealership now. Hyundai replacing engine at no cost. Was not under recall.
My car had been having electrical problems and today I made an appointment to get it repaired and 5 minutes later the vast shuts off and won't turn on anymore. The dealer sausage it's because of rodents eating my wiring. And after a little research I come to find out the wiring is made of soy-based material. Apparently rodents love to eat thru them. And now I have to replace parts because of the wiring material.
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|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Check Engine Light On problems||
|Engine Knocking Noise problems||
|Loud Engine Noise problems||
|Engine Clicking And Tapping Noises problems||
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||
|Engine Stall problems||
|Engine Shut Off Without Warning problems||