Hyundai iLoad Problems

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Hyundai iLoad 2009: Turbo actuator fault

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Sep 2014

If it were the actuator that has failed again I would think you had a strong claim for a replacement. The part that was fitted has a warranty, and if it has failed, the warranty on the actuator should cover the replacement.

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Hyundai iLoad 2009: Diesel filter clogged

Answered by CarsGuide 2 Aug 2013

It's always worth starting with the basics when trying to trace the cause of a problem, and they are fuel and spark. There's no ignition with a diesel, so fuel should be the focus. Good to see mechanics that know their stuff.

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Hyundai iLoad 2010: Turbo issue

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Jul 2013

You shouldn't be too concerned about the warranty expiring as the company has an on-going responsibility to fix it beyond the end of the warranty. The loss of performance without the turbo should be huge and easily observed by the dealer, so I would approach the dealer again and ask that someone go with you so you can demonstrate what it is you're concerned about. I would also pick up the phone and call Hyundai to remind them that they haven't honoured their commitment to get back to you. We haven't had any other reports of turbo problems with the iLoad but we are aware of other reports. Have your dealer check that oil is getting to the turbocharger and also check the operation of the wastegate.

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Hyundai iLoad 2012: Manual backlash clunk

Answered by CarsGuide 22 Mar 2013

I've driven quite a few iLoads and none has exhibited the problem you talk about, and we've had no other reports of this issue from other owners, so it could well be something affecting your van alone. I would persist with the dealer and ask for a fix of some description, which could case of adjusting pinion preload, and if you aren't satisfied with your dealer's response take your complaint further up the chain by talking directly to Hyundai.

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Hyundai iLoad: LPG conversion

Answered by CarsGuide 19 May 2011

Impco have an approved kit for the iLoad and they are one of the industry heavyweights, so I would suggest you seek out one of their dealers.

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