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i30 petrol auto power loss

Asked by Roger Stevenson

Upon taking my Hyundai i30 petrol auto in for a 12-month service at 5000 km, I advised I was experiencing a loss of power while merging or on roundabouts. The charge shows that engine and transmission adaptive valves had been reset, but the problem was still there. The dealer kept the vehicle for two days, and the staff was co-operative, but the problem persists. I have just filled out a feedback form and am awaiting a reply.

Answered by CarsGuide

2 May 2014 Graham Smith

Ask that a service representative go with you, so you can show them what the problem is and that it is still present. Once you have their agreement that there is a problem you should be able to move forward and get a resolution.

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