On the first trip in for service the dealer said they could not duplicate the problem. They did not test using a VOM. They did replace the battery due to a low starting voltage. Lights continued to dim. At the dealer for four days this trip.
On the second visit I provided the results of my tests. They kept the car for four days and managed to fix the problem by cleaning all of the grounds. The fix was temporary because the dimming headlihts returned after 1,000 miles.
The third trip in for this problem was fustrating. They kept the car for four days again. This time they informed me that they would not be able to fix the problem, because everything is working as designed and within tolerances, per Hyundai. I also had an ABS wheel sensor replaced under warranty during this visit.
Two days later the car is once again in the shop for the same ABS problem, same wheel. They once again have had the car for four days. They say they are having a problem determing why the ABS sensor is indicating bad.
I think my first problem is with the Hyundai service department at my delear. Seems there standard repair time is four days.
Do you think the voltage drop and ABS problem are related? I think there is a speed, or rpm sensitive device causing the voltage drop.
have the same problem?
Thursday, May 8th, 2008 AT 1:27 PM