My HYUNDIA ELENTRA 2012 WONT CRANK? ALSO I HAVE HAD IT IN THE SHOP FOR TELL ME I GOT A LEMON 2 RADIOS THAT QUIT WORKING

Asked by Nov 09, 2015 at 01:16 AM about the 2012 Hyundai Elantra Limited Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2012 ELENTRA LIMITED WOULD NOT START!!! so I had to be jumped. my
car is going on 4 years of paying for it but i bought a new battery cause i
didn't want to be in the same shape in the morning , also have had 2
suppose to be New  Radio replacements because of bluetooth, GPS, and
all!! i keep telling them i got a Lemon!! They could have left wires undone
to do this to my car I don't know but im tired of it and if I can take it public I
am!! Sick of paying for something I thought was very nice and isn't.!! 2nd
New car I've ever had. will see the dealer ship tomorrow. Hyundia Hickory
NC

1 Answer

The answer is this.. if you have 60,000 or less you can get it fixed for free. it is a rotor switch or something on the top of transmission n when it quits the car will not crank, they have had a lot of these but will not do a recall cause they are making to much money on this and they have them in stock because its not just mine... Hope this helps a bunch of people out

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