Seemed fine until last week. Clutch assembly replaced under 30day warranty. All solenoids and the input and output sensors were replaced. Noticed trans fluid was dark brown and smelled burnt. Can anyone tell me what the problems was, and how to fix it.
Replaced transmission sensor under warranty. Axle replacement was same price as repair so went with new axle. Boot had been worn previously, so shaft was exposed to dirt, etc. What prompted this was a clicking sound on acceleration from a start, and lift throttle conditions. Dealership could not reproduce problem. Another transmission issue prior to this was a harsh shift from 1st to 2nd gear, so there may have been a defect.
They replaced drive shaft washers 19220 mi clunking noise when accelerating. Dealer says there's nothing wrong with it so I will wait until it breaks. The dealer, replaced the shifter cables. Although the clutch replacement in the previous trip fixed the clutch engagement, the car still would not reliably shift into 1st. Bad News - Needed a new transmission.
Was also making a loud clanking noise when hard turns. Manual transmission suffered catastrophic failure resulting in internal components exiting cast housing of transmission. Dealer scanned the transmission codes-there were none and was told that the transmission was acting as the manufacturer intended. Shop replaced both master and slave cylinders. . Took to dealer next business day - they replaced a clip that may have been part of a recall.
Since the trans fluid was due for changing at 60k we are at 54k had it changed. Elantra owners have tried sensor adjustments, wheel alignments, even replacing axles, most with no luck. Not quite the Hyundai quality I expected. Replacement transmission installed with new clutch and pressure plate. Was retorqued to factory spec.
Dealer was able to pull codes and determine that this was a known problem with an oil sensor. Had to remove the filter to access the blockage to remove it. It usually happens when the car has been sitting overnight or the first shift after the car was driven for a while and sitting. Explained slight clicking noise while turning. Replaced and the noise is gone. The hose clamps had come loose.
Had prior problems with the shift lockout preventing starting. Something got lubed and all is fine again. Drive shaft locking nut was loose. Check engine light came on, then went off. They replaced some parts and the fluid, it took about a week. Clutch disc, pressure plate and thrust bearing replaced; flywheel machined, and rear main oil seal replaced.
The factory upgraded them to metal washers. Originally thoght it was heat shield. Also there is a pattern of complaints about the 2013 Elantra brakes grinding at very low mileage. Diagnosed as a worn high-pressure power-steering hose. Don't know how long it had been that way.
Removed switch and jumped circuit while waiting for part. The problem ended up being the temperature sensor which was replaced 25000 mi The front end was popping when placed into gear. Transmission still has synchro issue - not dealt with. Took to repair shop they told me it would cost 1200 for new transmission possibly took it back to seller. Dealer found half shaft washers were worn but was unable to separate the parts to replace. Diagnosed as a leaking clutch slave cylinder.
I had the car towed in. Clutch, pressure plate and throwout bearing was replaced. At 50,000 kms still have the issue. Replacement transmission installed with new clutch and pressure plate. Changing the valve body for the transmission did not correct the problem, The computer contacts were also cleaned. Mechanic recommended replacemnt of boot and left front axle.