QUOTE (Duuncan @ Apr 20 2010, 09:39 AM)
Took mine in for this and it was an immobiliser wiring fault. Mine did get worse to the point the car wouldnt start at all though
Did the dealer swear in blood on his mothers life that they found a wiring fault or did they clear the fault code and reset the ECU ? It appears Hyundai have a list of 'stock fault descriptors' that are rolled out when they dont have a clue what the fault is.
For Example :
Headlamp Fault : It's claimed a new modified switch was fitted ( There is no such thing ) : In other words they changed the switch, jiggled the wiring about and prayed to the great god EyeTen that all would be well.
Seatbelt Rattles : We've fitted new washers : In other words they sprayed a bit of silicon spray around the area and wiggled the belts, then prayed to the great god EyeTen that all would be well.
I dont want to be the bearer of bad news, but EyeTen dont exist. It would be better if they got someone to investigate these issues and fix the bloody problems.
You could say the honeymoon period is well and truely over with the i10 and the divorce courts are looking like reality.
After one year a great many i10s are noisy & rattle like Jordens private parts. I wonder what happens after 3 years. I knew there was a reason for a 5 year warranty, we're going to need it