The engine just went out in my 2014 Santa Fe. I am very disappointed and weary about the performance of the car after they put a new engine in it. What should I do?

Asked by Jul 13, 2016 at 12:33 PM about the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2.0T

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Which engine failed? Did the one that was replaced go out or just the original engine?

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They (the dealer I presume?) replaced the engine, is it behaving differently than it did with the old engine? Ask if they need to tweak the computer. I assume this is a warranty repair? How many miles did this have on it before the new engine? Why did it need a new engine? Usually with a new car, presumably covered under warranty, my thought with these types of questions is to let the dealer deal with it. That's what the warranty is for. It's hard to second guess the dealer based only on what info is often included in these types of questions. My suggestion to you is to keep after the dealer, until they have made every possible effort in rectifying your problem.

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