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Hyundai i30 diesel ECU

Asked by Laurie Kempton

In March last year our Hyundai i30 diesel was towed to the dealership where it was found that the injection circuit number three was open. It has been back numerous times with the same complaint over the next nine months, until, finally, in December, they found that the ECU unit had an internal fault and was replaced. Since then, the engine warning light has illuminated almost weekly, necessitating more visits to the workshop. The service advisor has now told us that we had the "wrong car and that we should sell it"! Would welcome your thoughts.

Answered by CarsGuide

21 Feb 2014 Carsguide.com.au

It would seem that the problem with your car hasn't been fixed, and that instead of recommending you sell it, the dealer should be fixing it. Take it back and demand that the problem be sorted out, get Hyundai involved directly if you feel that will help resolve it faster.

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