Hyundai i30 recall




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    The models affected include Hyundai's i30 hatchback, its Sonata midsize sedan, the luxury Genesis and Kia's Mohave as well as its Carnival.

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    Hyundai i30 recall

    Hyundai i30 recall

    According to the notice the recall covers vehicles manufactured between 1 June and 31 May and within a given VIN number range. You must have insurance before you can use your vehicle on the road. In a statement Hyundai Motor said it accepted and respected the recall, but that there had been no "reported injuries or accidents from the cited issues". Here is a description of the problem:.

    Hyundai i30 recall

    Hyundai i30 recall

    Hyundai i30 recall

    Hyundai i30 recall

    Hyundai i30 recall

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    I recently noticed a knocking or clunking in the steering of my Hyundai i30 when turning slightly from one side to the other. On searching the web I found many others with the same issue and finally came across a product recall notice PRA No.

    According to the notice the recall covers vehicles manufactured between 1 June and 31 May and within a given VIN number range. My car has a VIN within the range specified but on calling Hyundai they said my car was manufactured in May and thus wasn't covered by the recall. When I told them that the VIN was within the specified range they said that didn't matter.

    Hyundai i30 recall

    So my question is am I being fobbed off by Hyundai or do I should I have been covered by this recall? It is a well known problem. It causes a clunk, clunk as the steering wheel is turned slightly from side to side. It won't happen with the ignition off because there is no power to drive the motor. The part is like a small rubber 8 leg sprocket and is only about 25mm in diameter. The steering column issue that was the subject of a recall was a separate issue. My wife's i30 developed this problem recently.

    I did bit of research and decided to tackle it myself. I have removed the steering column and done the repair and intend reinstalling the steering column tomorrow. I really think that someone who has done a couple before could do it easily in 2 hours. Kia uses the same setup. Here is a description of the problem:. Although in that link the air bag and steering wheel have been removed, that is not necessary. I believe it is actually better to lock the steering wheel and remove the key with the wheels straight ahead and then remove the whole column, steering wheel and all, intact.

    Hyundai i30 recall

    The worst of it is, I believe in the US and Canada, Hyundai has extended the warranty covering this part to 10 years. I guess we in Australia don't really count. Well that ended up being pretty straight forward. A second pair of hands is a great help, particularly reinstalling the column. Important thing is to lock the steering and remove the key prior to removal. Steers like a dream now with that annoying "clunk-clunk" gone. Hey billmac, about to tackle this myself. Do you know if the part is model specific?

    All the references I find are to the American Elantra. Also did you get any error codes thrown up? I took it all apart and the coupling was fine. Turned out to be the universal joint with some very slight play in it. Tighten the bolt and fixed: See my video explanation here: Hi, My 8 year old i30 developed the same 'knock' when the ignition is turned on and the steering wheel is moved slightly. Very happy and all good so far.

    My apologies for missing the additional comments. Wakeupgeoff, Hyundai had issued a recall notice for exactly what you found was your particular problem.

    Hyundai i30 recall

    The universal joint had not been correctly tightened on the production line. The clunk-clunk caused by the mashed bushing will disappear with the ignition switched off as the electric drive motor does not come into play then. The clunk clunk due to the loose universal will be present at all times. As far as the error codes are concerned, the answer is no. The trick is to lock the steering wheel as close to straight ahead as possible and not to move the steering drive motor sprockets motor when cleaning out the debris and reinstalling the new bush.

    Rotating the motor drive sprocket will change the settings thus requiring a re calibration. Archive View Return to standard view. Bill,ac, would you have any idea on how much this would cost to fix? Here is a description of the problem: Here is what came out compared to the new one: Cheers mate My apologies for missing the additional comments.

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