I have a 1999 Hyundai Elantra that I purchased used in May of 2000. Shortly after buying the car, it would not start. I had it towed to the dealership where I bought it and found out that the exhaust manifold was cracked. It was replaced free of charge under warranty. A while after that, I received the recall notice from Hyundai about the exhaust manifold problem. I took my car into the dealership to have it checked out, even though it had already been replaced. I was told at that time that my manifold was fine, but that if it ever did crack, it would be replaced free of charge under the recall, no matter how long I had the car.