Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 202 problems related to steering column (under the steering category).
The contact owns a 2013 Hyundai Sonata. The contact stated that the steering column made an abnormal noise and felt loose. The failure occurred without warning. The dealer and manufacturer were not contacted. The failure mileage was approximately 26,000.
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I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata writing in regards to the Hyundai steering gear assembly recall no. 0## I have a vehicle that has this loose steering wheel concern where this vehicle is immobile now and cannot be safely driven anytime. This vehicle has been parked in my yard since it was picked up from the dealer several weeks ago. When I spoke to the local dealership about it, I am told it is not covered due to its mileage. This item has been a concern awhile and brought more clearly to my attention when driven by my father. He describes it as "a death trap" and told me not to drive it until it corrected. There is excessive play or a loose feeling in the steering wheel and it is very slow to respond. It feel like it will fall apart at anytime when driving and it has a clicking noise when making a turn either direction. I have written a letter to the Hyundai assurant program and I have been told the same thing; its not a covered warranty item. I says it is covered due to the recall no matter when it was discovered, because the assembly of the steering column is definitely malfunctioning. An upload of the letter forward to Hyundai assurant program is attached to this complaint. Unhappy owner oklahoma.
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With the car just running I can move my steering wheel and makes a clanking noise. It also makes really loud noises when hit bumps or go over railroad crossings. It doesn't feel safe and is very scary when seeing 2011 had recall for same thing and many 2012 have had same complaints. This is my only transportation and I have children. I had it checked out and was told same problem that I have read about with steering column and steering shaft. Please advise best way to get this taken care of.
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Clacking sound coming from the steering column when wheel is turned during driving and when the car travels over bumps in the road.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While the vehicle was operated, the steering column made an abnormal clicking sound. The contact stated that the vehicle was taken to the dealer for an oil change and front wheel alignment. The contact was informed that the alignment could not be performed. The technician was informed that the error in the software for the power steering caused an error in their system; therefore, an alignment could not be performed. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The technician stated that the vehicle fell under NHTSA campaign number: 10v426000 (steering), but the VIN was not included. The failure mileage was approximately 123,000.
There is an issue with the steering column. When driving, it makes loud noises and then at higher speeds it starts shaking. This is clearly a safety concern.
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. While driving approximately 65 mph, a loud noise came from the engine and the check engine indicator illuminated. The vehicle was coasted to the side of the road and turned off. Previously, the steering column made a popping noise and the vehicle shook. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that nothing could be done. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated that the recall was closed and referred the contact to the dealer. The failure was not remedied. The failure mileage was approximately 113,822.
I felt a "looseness" on my steering column especially when hitting a bump. I put the car in for service with my personal mechanic. He pointed out to me that a plastic gear well in the inside of the steering column had worn down . Almost at same time I received a recall notice from Hyundai entitled "collision risk electric power steering unit may loss" NHTSA code 16v190000. I called the service manager at carousel Hyundai in west chester PA. Where I purchased the car. He told me that the worn plastic gear was not part of recall and it was a separate issue. Implying that I would have to pay for it . This is a safety issue and they will have steering column apart for recall ,why can't they replace plastic gear while steering column is broken down. It is hard to reach space. I am taking car to dealer for two recalls tomorrow at 8:00. I will let you know what happens.
The steering wheel and column shake and make a horrible noise anytime I hit a bump in the road while in motion. It is only getting worse. It started out not doing it all the time and now it does it anytime I hit any slight bump in the road.
Knocking or clicking or rattling sound is heard any time I drive over 50 mph and especially when slowing down from highway speeds, in which case the noise becomes very loud and the steering column physically shakes. I feel endangered whenever I drive this car. It is a hazard and a potential life-threatening defect. I put today's date but this has been going on for months and is now starting in my wife's car (same make model year) as well.
I am the owner of a 2012 Hyundai Sonata 2. 0t. We've had the vehicle for almost five years, and about six months ago, we starting noticing a "clicking" sound in the steering wheel column. What makes it even more alarming is that the loud clicking sound happens while driving and while hitting any bump on the road. This is definitely very alarming, especially after investigating and finding out that there are a ton of complaints for the same in this 2012 vehicle, as well as earlier models. The conclusion appears to be the steering coupling (a rubber), where there was already a recall for older models but not this 2012 Hyundai Sonata. This is very concerning as my entire family is at risk of a car accident, including two small children. Please investigate and/or have a recall for what should have been fixed already on newer models. This is very urgent.
The vehicle is in motion and every single bump or imperfection in the road results in the steering column clicking and rattling. Doesn't matter what u barely go over but it clicks constantly and rattles constantly. There should be a recall on this! it seems to be a very prevalent problem in Hyundai owners of the Sonata.
Steering coupler caused "clunking" sound while driving from under dash and in steering column. When I took this to dealer, by describing the sound they were able to tell me my make and model and said it was a known issue.
Steering column coupler makes rattling noise.
The steering wheel column makes a loud clicking noise when you turn it to the wheel left and to the right. Also when going over bumps the steering column makes the same loud noise. This is very disconcerting due to the potential dangerous situation . This should definitely be a recall due to the high possibility of something catastrophic happening while driving the car. This should be a recall due to the number of people having this same problem!!.
When I drive in the rain and go through standing water the steering column freezes making it virtually impossible to move.
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The steering column is making a clicking noise when I drive and or hit bumps, there was a recall #10v457000 oct 2010 for steering gear box shaft not tightened properly and possibly to be replaced- this recall falls under teh production time of my car however I had not purchased the car when teh recall came out so was never notified and now I have the problem and am very concerned that I will have an accident if the sterring column fails- the dealer said they would charge me$800 to replace some part that they have heard of same complaints- Hyundai should cover my car for this recall how do I get that to happen.
Brought my 2011 Hyundai Sonata to jackson firestone bryant automotive in jackson, NJ to service brakes. The owner/technician of the service center said he observed a click in the steering when he drove it into the service center garage. He investigated the issue and found the steering column shaft "coupler" was not fastened or tightened as necessary. He warned me (the owner) that it was unsafe to drive the car. He proceeded to fix the breaks and offered to repair the steering issue but suggested I bring it a Hyundai dealership. I brought the Sonata to freehold, NJ Hyundai dealership where they confirmed the problem with the steering. I had the steering fixed at freehold Hyundai and was charged $390. 00.
My steering wheel has a clicking noise as I turn the wheel which is very annoying. I went to the Hyundai dealership and they said it is a steering column couper that is worn down. The dealership is in process of seeing if Hyundai will replace the small device. It should be a recall since hundreds or thousands of people have this complaint. So far, I caught it early and it does not shake yet like some.
While driving down the road, whether it be on the highway or city streets, the steering wheel sticks at the center position and it needs to be tugged on to get it to move. It started out not that noticeable but as time has passed it has gotten worse. Because of this problem of the steering wheel sticking the car swerves quite a bit while driving. I was told by the Hyundai dealership that it was the steering column that needs to be replaced and it will continue to worsen if not repaired. This item is not covered under the extended warranty and I can't see how it cannot be a danger to drive the car in this state.
The coupling has worn down resulting in a horrible clunking sound and feel when driving. I am scared my steering column will fall apart every time I go over a bump. . . . That or my wheels will fall off. $400 bucks to fix. I've read it's happening to yhsibmake and model and tear all over the place. . . Why did Hyundai use plastic couplings? Hyundai. . . You need to recall this.
At various speeds, when turning the steering wheel, a loud knocking sound can be heard. On the highway, the steering column will shake if the vehicle reaches high speeds. This has been an ongoing issue.
Car stalled and engine shut down while trying to cross over a 4 lane highway came within 5 feet of a major collision with 2 approaching vehicles there is also another issue with the steering column. Hyundai chose to use a plastic bushing in the steering column that has completely failed at 65000 miles. The dealerships, 2 separate ones, state that this is not covered by the multiple other recalls with the steering. The bushing is hard plastic, about the size of a nickel and costs 2. 00 at the dealership. But they want 300. 00 labor to install it.
The steering column has become very loosened. When driving at a high rate of speed, the steering column will pop and jerk in the opposite direction, and sometimes cause my car to steer in the opposite direction. I have learned that the manufacturing could have been either improperly assembled or insufficiently tightened on certain vehicles. This manufacturing defect could suddenly cause me to lose the ability to steer my vehicle, possibly resulting in an automobile accident with a potential for property damage, injury and death. Hyundai (homer skelton, olive branch, ms) is refusing to repair the steering column. I have been told that I will have to pay $305. 00. I just purchased this vehicle from their dealership in Feb. 2016. The driver¿s side brake light housing unit has a defect, which caused it to melt and the blow the bulb. The bulb is hard to remove because the plastic assembly has melted to the bulb. I have been told by a certified mechanic that this is very dangerous and can even cause a fire. I have been told by Hyundai (homer skelton, olive branch, ms), that they will have to replace the entire light fixture, just to replace this blown bulb. The cost will be $253. 00. If Hyundai has had some of the same known problems with the 2011 Sonata, someone should hold them accountable to recall the 2012 Sonata and take a look at the same issues, before these defects cause someone and/or their family their lives.
When driving steering column rattles and shakes when braking or going over bump or pot-holes. It also makes a clicking noise when turning wheel at rests like something is loose.
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|Steering Column problems||
|Steering Noise problems||
|Steering Wheel Vibrate problems||
|Steering Failed problems||
|Steering Is Loose problems||
|Power Steering Light On problems||
|Steering Is Tight problems||
|Power Steering Failed problems||
|Steering Rack And Pinion problems||