How can I resolve unusually overheated my the boot of my car

Asked by Apr 04, 2016 at 10:32 AM about the 2016 Hyundai Accent GL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My brand new Hyundai Accent 2016 boot gets unusually overheated. My
mistake was that  I bought the vehicle without  a trial run. I found the problem
after making full payment. I took it to the authorized Hyunday Dealers in
Dhaka Bangladesh (Millennium Motors) several times  but they were unable
to resolve the problem. What can I do to get  a respite?

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I assume the car is under warranty? Demand a fix or another car. Sorry, not sure what the laws are in your country.

Yes it has a warranty .and I am demanding a fix.Replacement? Doubtful

The local dealer has so far failed to diagnose or resolve the problem.and are dilly dallying The heating is on the right side above the exhaust while the other side is cool.I have raised the issue with vehicle manufacturer Hyundai in Korea but they preferred to be indifferent. Would installation of a new Exhaust be a possible solution ? Please somebody help.I am desperate. Thank you in anticipation.

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