Not me but had my tranny fluid changed at 22K just wanted to make sure there was no metal shavings in there. The tech put down that the tranny was under a recall be great if they give us new transmissions.but there would be one heck of a waiting list.I haven’t received anything, but my car isn’t showing up as being recalled in Hyundai or the NHTSA’s databases.
Good to hear I bought mine from a small dealer outside of Phoenix so I don't think there will be a long waiting time a limp mode software patch is OK but if the pumps are going out that's a whole different story and Hyundai why an electric pump in the tranny?I received my letter from Hyundai today saying my Kona n is recalled and they said a follow up letter with the date and place to fix it is coming soon
Got my letter in and not too worried. If any fix occurs it would be fixing the limp mode.Good to hear I bought mine from a small dealer outside of Phoenix so I don't think there will be a long waiting time a limp mode software patch is OK but if the pumps are going out that's a whole different story and Hyundai why an electric pump in the tranny?
i got the same letter, and my vin # ends in 3281.I received my letter from Hyundai today saying my Kona n is recalled and they said a follow up letter with the date and place to fix it is coming soon
they updated the tcu on mine.Seen on You Tube a guy went to the dealer and got the software update for his Kona N. He said it stops the limp mode shut down and lets you drive the car so you can pull off the side of the road he said the TCU is updated..
the tcu update deals with limp mode.I called my dealership this past Friday and they told there was no fix for the DCT. On Saturday I got a notice saying that the DCT fix is now available at your dealership and call to get the vehicle serviced. LOL... I'm sure the dealership had the info when I called on Friday but simply didn't have the man hours to deal with the recall. I called again today and got the same response. I called another and they told me it was available. I just don't want to drive 2+ hours to get this resolved. I mean it is a fairly straight forward update to the TCU.
Hyundai hasn't resolved the underlying issue with this and that to me is a bigger concern.
Hyundai should provide those impacted by this recall a lifetime powertrain warranty for the original owner.
The TCU update is for the oil pump so if you go into LIMP you are not placed into a dangerous situation. If the car never goes into LIMP mode than hopefully there is nothing wrong with the pump.date deals with limp mode.
the ones with oil pump defect either get new pump or new tranny.
the NHTSA may have something to say about that....as for QC, no matter how good it is, it will never be 100% perfect in any mass production product. unlike other brands, you do have the 10yr/100,000 mile powertrain warranty .The TCU update is for the oil pump so if you go into LIMP you are not placed into a dangerous situation. If the car never goes into LIMP mode than hopefully there is nothing wrong with the pump.
Hyundai really needs to improve their QC.
What will Hyundai do? Your Hyundai dealer will reprogram the transmission unit with updated software that provides proper "fail-safe" limited-mobility driving capability. Your Hyundai dealer will also inspect the transmission and replace it, if necessary. This procedure will be performed at
To ensure your safety and the quality of your vehicle, please schedule an appointment with a Hyundai dealer as soon as possible to complete the remedy procedure.
Nothing new or groundbreaking here, but maybe keep a look out for one. Scheduled an appointment at the local dealer, but they are pretty backed up with other recalls/motor rebuilds, so its gonna be a bit lol.
What is the problem? When prompted by a transmission high-pressure electric oil pump malfunction while driving, the vehicle’s “fail-safe” limited-mobility drive mode may be impaired, resulting in illumination of multiple warning lights and approximately 20 – 30 seconds of normal drive power, followed by a complete loss of drive power.
A loss of power while driving could increase the risk of a crash.
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