My 2017 Lost Power

Asked by Jun 17, 2017 at 10:40 PM about the 2017 Hyundai Tucson 1.6T SE AWD

Question type: General

Today my car lost power with the pedal to the metal it hardly moved, I could walk faster any idreas.  Dealer things fuel pump went.  Really?

3 Answers

1,740

whatever it is, it's under warranty, take it to a dealer and let them handle it, that's their job.

104,255

That's what the warranty is for, to catch anything that isn't quite right with the equipment, if it is going to fail they usually do within the warranty period.

82,955

Why worry? If the dealer is wrong they will find the problem and fix it all at no cost to you,

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