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  1. i30 & Elantra Touring Forum
    Hi, wondering if anyone has any experience with a mysterious issue a few Hyondai owners appear to have experienced. The engine switching to "Limp Home Mode" (not a official term, Ill wager), during a drive, with no shaking or other symptoms appart from an immediate loss of power and no response...
  2. JM (2004-2009) Tucson
    I was driving along everything was fine then I hit a decent size hill and started losing power immediately. Engine reved trans downshifted and it sounded like I had kicked it down to pass someone but it wouldn't gain speed. In fact it kept losing power and I barely made it home. I have changed...
  3. i20 Forum
    Hi all! I have a Hyundai i20 from 2013 (manual, gasoline). Everything with this car has been working really perfectly, until last weekend. We rented out our car to someone (very bad choice) and noticed that after starting the car initially, this person was revving it up really high (just...
  4. UK
    Hi Ive got a 2007 7 seat Santa Fe, diesel automatic. It started intermittently going into what seemed like limp mode, but it would come back to normal shortly after. Then it went really bad and would hardly sustain tick over and couldn't be driven at all. Revs would go up slowly if you put...
  5. Trajet Forum
    Need help please, I have a 2ltr trajet on a 56 plate Got caught in flood water, managed to get it out and after half an hour it restarted. Cleared the air filter and back bottle of water (1 pint removed), now the car does not like having an air filter fitter. Runs fine without one but this is a...
  6. YF (2011-2014) Sonata/i45
    Hey Guys, Posting this after I have visited the dealership twice, and have been experiencing the issue for a week now. 2013 Sonata (YF) 2.0T - 112K Just got a long block replacement at 104K under the recall for the rod bearings going out. (They did not replace the turbo) The details...
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