Why have they not recalled or told the public about the router switch on the top of transmission on the Hyndia Elentra 2012, takes half a day to fix and no more start problems

Asked by Nov 09, 2015 at 11:04 PM about the 2012 Hyundai Elantra Limited Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Which also I'm taking the web sites
and all to WSPA ON MY SIDE, see if
they can get answers

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They know this is a problem n making a lot of money off it!!!

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The coverups by manufacturers for their mistakes, some of them seriously deadly, is just part of the car biz- always has been- read "Unsafe At Any Speed" by Ralph Nader-

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Yes, I read one time that so many people have to die before they do a recall cause it's cheaper that way!!

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Well, cars kill people anyway- but the Manufacturers are trying to sell product in quantity- so that's the biz- rarely is there any idealism in the car biz- at least things are better now than back in the early sixties when Nader wrote his book- just remember, you're not driving a car, you're driving a product- and be CAREFUL

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Found out it is either in transmission or on top of. either way they have them in stock,so yes they don't wont to do a recall... to much money involved for them to catch you off guard.. Its a shame that the Rich comment murder everyday and are aware of it!!! It states in the Bible, even the Richest on earth will not go to HEAVEN!! now I understand why!!!

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