2014 Sante Fe 2.0 SportI

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Asked by Jun 13, 2015 at 03:26 PM about the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.0T with Saddle Leather AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2nd time engine light came on car buckled going over 40 Car had to be towed yesterday=12000 miles 3 Cylinder misfire- might need new Motor!  I only put in Exxon gas so don't even ask Anyone have the same issue?

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Just.......WOW!

I m going though something with my Santa Fe 2014 my turbo went out they said it was because I had my oil changed somewhere else warranty didn't cover paid for new turbo $2400 guess what still not running they had my car all this

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James Sorry I heard a guy with 1000 miles had to get new engine I would file a complaint with Hyundai That service guy was not authorized to say that It has nothing to do with the oil/gas/ There is a problem with the 2014 Turbo they will not admit it I was told by another service guy. I went in JULY 4TH told some lame storyand drove out with a new 2015 Sonata SEEE Ya !! I said

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