Brand new 2014 Tuscon with 279 miles leaking tranny fluid?

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Asked by Jun 03, 2014 at 03:52 PM about the 2014 Hyundai Tucson SE AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Anyone else experience or heard of this happening? Did I get a lemon?

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I've heard of things going wrong driving off the lot on a new car. I even had issues before I drove off. You didn't get a lemon, maybe an improperly torqued seal or gasket. Take it back in so they can fix you up. Not a good idea to be driving around on low fluid though, so you might call them so they can set up a tow to the dealership.

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a free tow

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Told car was checked before delivery...transmission fluid pressure...tech did not replace old O ring with a new one...O ring gave way causing leak.

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so I guess they have a satisfied customer now---good.

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Yeah!

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first day of rain...rear windsheild wipers dont work...W.T.F.?...not satisfied!!!

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Back to the dealer. But sorry, you'll have these things.

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Understood...however how can i be optimistic about car when the little things can't be done correctly

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Optimism is a state of mind. Tom always seems to see the best , I merely wait and if best comes that's great ; but, I am ready for the worst. Believe me - there are lemons.

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thanks to both of you....rear wipers blamed on tow to dealership...got free tank of gas out of it.

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If it was at half when they filled it,remind them you're coming back for another half. :)

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How is it going with your Tucson? Any other problems since last post? Im car shopping and the Tucson is on the top of my list, just trying to find out if anybody has been having problems before i make my purchase. Thanks in advance.

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