Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 21 problems related to power window (under the visibility category).
The contact owns a 2006 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that while driving approximately 35 mph, the air bag warning light illuminated. The contact also mentioned that the rear door locks and front passenger window failed to function. The contact then stated that the rear driver¿s side door failed to latch. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was found that the passenger¿s side occupancy sensor mat needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failures. The approximate failure mileage was 2,000.
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The power windows have stopped working. Unable to move windows for driver and passenger side.
Since last six months the driver side power lock is not working and also the windshield water pump is not operating. I have bought this vehicle brand new from the dealership. And approximated 19,750 mile. The car is 2006 Hyundai Sonata v6.
My 2001 Hyundai Sonata was bought new. It has given me nothing but problems from the time I drove it off the lot and as soon as I hit the 60,000 mile mark (the bumper-to-bumper warranty ended at this point), the car constantly has something wrong with it. I have spent thousands of dollars in repairs. The airbags were fixed by the dealer because there was a problem. The brakes had a loud squeak and dealer replaced (under warranty at that time). The side front window motors have been fixed twice and now the passenger side window motor is broken and I had to put tape on it so that it will stay up. The timing belt went out after the warranty. Some kind of coil broke and needed replacement. The engine light is always turning on. I stopped taking it to the dealer after the car broke down, had it towed, dealer in laurel, MD claimed to have fixed it, charged me $768, picked up car, same problem, engine light still on and took it back to dealer. Dealer said there was yet another problem. They said they fixed it and they charged me over $500. Still the same problem. I took the car to a mechanic and was charged $45 for the repair. There have been several other problems that I have had to pay for repairs. I just spent $435 on another repair. Now, after each repair, I just wait for the engine light to turn on again for the next expensive repair and yet I'm still making car payments. Absolute worst car I have ever had.
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The cars electric windows do not roll down during damp weather below freezing. With heater on high and 25 min. Later worked after door was closed. This happen twice, no ice or frost on any window. Seemed to be internal. If this was the last escape route remanding, I would be trapped in the car.
The car is a 2001 Hyundai Sonata gl. My right rear window regulator failed and the window will not stay up. The cable has issues with binding to the assembly housing and puts stress on the motor as well. The window will not stay in the up / closed position.
The passenger window would not roll up, it got stuck in the middle of a rain storm. The passenger door will not open from the inside and the windshield wipers stopped working as well and replacing the fuse did not solve the problem.
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The drivers side door latch broke. Caller had to roll down the window to get the door opened. For about 6 months the handle had a hairline crack in it, and now the handle had 4 cracks. It is not strong enough to open the latch. Dealer and manufacturerr have not been contacted yet. Also caller had to replace all 4 of the window rollwers.
Passenger window and driver's door inoperable.
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In three of the four windows in my car, the windows when put down have been stuck and not able to to remain in the up status. The first window (drivers side door) happened two years ago and was fixed under the warranty, however, the passenger side front and back windows have happened with in 3 months of each other. The belt in the window is wrapping around the rotor and causing problems.
3 of 4 window mechanisms have failed in the down position do not allow the windows to be rolled up. First the driver side window mechanism failed in April 2004 and was repaired. The back passenger window failed in July and front passenger windows failed in October. It appears the window mechanism cording is causing the malfunction. The passenger windows have not been repaired and are secured temporarily in the up position. The old parts still in tact.
The consumer's Hyundai Sonata developed the following problems: the paint was peeling, the sun roof was broken, the passenger side window was inoperative, the brakes failed, the seatbelt broke, the engine blew up and the air bags failed to deploy. The engine surged. As a result of the engine blowing, the right side disintegrated.
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Turn signals and hazards failed. All fuses, control box, and wiring were checked and problem could not be found. In addition, electric window assembly plastic pulleys have broken in 3 of 4 doors. Causing windows to remain in either up or down position.
The paint on the car has come off going through the car wash. The front end squeaks. The windows would not go up or down the rear view mirror stopped working. The radio turns off/on at random. The check engine light turns on/off at random. Dt.
March 25, 2002 my driver side window would not close. I had purchased an extended service contract when I purchased this vehicle new in 1998. I took it to my local dealer, burlington auto mart, in burlington, NJ, to be repaired. I checked my contract and thought this part, 83403-34011 regulator, would be covered. They said it wasn't. I contacted the Hyundai protection plan administrators at Hyundai motor America in fountain valley, CA and received a letter from denise lowrie, admin. Assurance prod. Dept. , that said it wasn't covered. I was still in the process of trying to get this problem straightened out when on July 19th my driver side front window regulator also broke. I spoke to jason taylor, another administrator in the assurance prod. Dept. , who said he gets several calls a week questioning whether the window regulators on the 1997 & 1998 Sonatas are covered under the plan. He said that the plan was changed in 1999 and the regulator is now considered part of the window motor and so it is covered on the 1999 and newer Sonatas. My extended contract states that the power window motors and gears are covered. The window regulators are not mentioned under exclusions. I don't know if you can look into this matter, but I really feel that the regulator problems should be examined, as it sounds like there are way too many regulators failing in the 1997 & 1998 Sonatas.
While attempting to open/close power window, window will not work. Problem had started with driver's side window first. Then, other two windows on passenger's side front and rear did not work.
Automatic transmission; when appling gear in reverse there is a hard banging noise coming from transmission. Transmission has been replaced three times. Dealership was aware of problem. Check engine light illuminated, dealer replaced faulty O2 sensor. Faulty battery causing vehicle to crank slow. Driver door window moves slow, dealer lubricated glass channel. Outer cv boot replaced, it was cracked. Solenoid valve faulty causing poor gas mileage.
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Transmission both times while on the highway. 1st time under warranty, this time it's not and apparently it is okay for the transmission to go out not even a year after being replaced, brakes were serviced and fixed, windows fixed not under warranty,also my gas cover became loose & fell off while traveling down the highway and the strip on my door is coming off.
Window switch failed.
The back window was left down when we parked. My son, 6 years old, went to put it up. Somehow he stuck his head in through the opening and accidentally continued to put up the electric window. The window caught him in the mouth, with his head on one side of the window and his chin on the other. He was stuck. I turned off the key. I then turned the key back on and pushed the button to lower the window. I'm not sure if he was pushing the wrong button, but it went up more. We then managed to lower the window. He was bleeding on the sides of his mouth. Nothing stopped the window from going up even with his head in there. We were lucky nothing more serious happened. If he had been smaller child or if his neck had been in there, this might have had a tragic ending. Thank you, lisa haider.
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|Power Window problems||
|Side/rear Glass problems||
|Sun Roof problems||
|Interior Rearview Mirror problems||
|Windshield Wiper/washer Motor problems||
|Exterior Rearview Mirror problems||