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Hello from Ohio.

I recently traded in my 2003 Trailblazer LTZ for a new(used) 2010 Hyundai Sonata GLS 4cyl. So far, I am really impressed with this car, even though I am giving up some of the goodies that I had in the truck. My family is growing and the TB was getting to old with too many miles and started to hurt my wallet in a bad way. I am not exactly what you would call an automotive newbie, as the Hyundai is the 8th vehicle I've owned, and I already put a set of 4300K HID's in it witout a hitch. Now I got a deal because it was a rental, and it currently has 35,000 on it, but still feels brand new. Doesn't seem like it was abused in the time the rest of Ohio drove it. I would appreciate any information you guys and girls could give me, OEM issues. I thank everyone in advance.
 

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2010 Sonata w/2.4 automatic has recall to reprogram the PCM & TCM for a downshifting concern...

Takes about 30 minutes total run time after tech get car into shop.
 

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Thanks, I thought this car seemed somewhat busy on the trans while driving on grades. Of course, I just got out of a 275HP 6cyl with a four speed auto and it didn't need to downshift as much. Is this something that I can just take to the dealer and ask them about any recalls in effect or do I need some kind of proof of this beforehand. The Chevy garage used to give me some problems with this kind of thing, until I printed of a TSB of the concern and been there a few times. Thanks again.
 
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