VIN Check Report: 5NPD74LF9HH208297
Hyundai Elantra 2017
|Vehicle Specification||22 Record(s)|
|Accidental Record||View All Records|
|Lien Record||Records Found!|
|Theft Record||View Records|
|NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins||28 Record(s)|
|NHTSA Recalls||4 Record(s)|
|Made In||United States|
|VIN Sequential Number||208297|
HYUNDAI issued recalls for Elantra 2017
Manufactured in United States by HYUNDAI-KIA AMERICA TECHNICAL CENTER INC (HATCI)
Basic Warranty: Expired
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|Engine||1.8L L4 DOHC 16V|
|Anti Brake System||4-Wheel ABS|
|Overall Height||56.50 inches|
|Overall Length||179.90 inches|
|Overall Width||70.90 inches|
|Highway Mileage||38 miles/gallon|
|City Mileage||29 miles/gallon|
These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.
|05/03/2016||353600 EQUIPMENT:AIR CONDITIONER||"HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA IS CONDUCTING A SERVICE CAMPAIGN TO REPLACE THE A/C SUCTION & LIQUID TUBE ASSEMBLY ON CERTAIN 2017 MODEL YEAR ELANTRA VEHICLES. SERVICE CAMPAIGN TEE PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE A/C SUCTION & LIQUID TUBE ASS|
|05/18/2016||353600 EQUIPMENT:AIR CONDITIONER||SOME ELANTRA 2.0L (ADA) VEHICLES MAY EXPERIENCE AN INOPERABLE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM WITH THE VENTED AIR BEING WARMER THAN NORMAL WHEN THE A/C IS SELECTED IN THE COLD TEMPERATURE SETTING. THIS CONDITION MAY BE DUE TO AN A/C REFRIGERANT LEA|
|05/10/2016||140000 AIR BAGS||THE 2015 - 2016 SONATA (LF), 2016 SONATA HYBRID (LF HEV), AND 2017 ELANTRA (AD) FEATURES A TWO STAGE (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY) FRONTAL DRIVER AIRBAG. DUE TO A MANUFACTURING ERROR, THE SECOND STAGE FOR THE AIRBAG MAY NOT HAVE BEEN PROPERLY INS|
|12/06/2016||103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)||IF YOU ARE SERVICING AN APPLICABLE VEHICLE WITH A COMPLAINT OF �CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON� AND ONE OR MORE OF THE DTC LISTED BELOW, FOLLOW THE REPAIR PROCEDURE AND REPLACE THE RELATED SOLENOID AND OIL PRESSURE HARNESS.|
|04/07/2016||111000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY||"HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA IS CONDUCTING A SERVICE CAMPAIGN TO VERIFY THE BATTERY TERMINAL AND BATTERY MOUNTING BRACKET TORQUE ON CERTAIN 2017 MODEL YEAR ELANTRA VEHICLES. SERVICE CAMPAIGN TAA PROVIDES A SERVICE PROCEDURE TO VERIFY THE TERMI|
|04/06/2016||111000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY||THE BATTERY MOUNTING BRACKET WAS RECENTLY REPLACED ON SOME 2017MY ELANTRA VEHICLES AT A PORT FACILITY. THE BATTERY TERMINALS AND BATTERY MOUNTING BRACKET BOLTS MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN PROPERLY SECURED DURING REPLACEMENT.|
|08/17/2016||060000 ENGINE (PWS)||THIS BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING THE THERMOSTAT ON CERTAIN 2017 ELANTRA VEHICLES. THE THERMOSTAT MAY FUNCTION IMPROPERLY AND MAY RESULT IN DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0128. NO DRIVABILITY ISSUES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS CONDITI|
|08/16/2016||162300 STRUCTURE:BODY:DOOR||CERTAIN 2017 ELANTRA (ADA) MAY HAVE LOWER THAN SPECIFIED TORQUE ON THE FASTENER SECURING THE OUTSIDE DOOR HANDLE(S). THIS MAY LEAD TO IMPROPER OPERATION OF THE OUTSIDE DOOR HANDLE(S). THIS BULLETIN DESCRIBES THE PROCEDURE TO CHECK AND TIGHT|
|08/17/2016||060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING||HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA HAS ADDED ADDITIONAL VEHICLES TO SERVICE CAMPAIGN TLL. SERVICE CAMPAIGN TLL PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE ENGINE THERMOSTAT ON CERTAIN 2017 MODEL YEAR ELANTRA VEHICLES.|
|08/17/2016||162300 STRUCTURE:BODY:DOOR||HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA IS CONDUCTING A SERVICE CAMPAIGN TO VERIFY PROPER INSTALLATION OF THE OUTSIDE DOOR HANDLE CAP SCREW ON CERTAIN 2017 MODEL YEAR ELANTRA VEHICLES. SERVICE CAMPAIGN TNN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO VERIFY PROPER INSTALLATION O|
|08/02/2016||102100 POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION:COLUMN SHIFT ASSEMBLY||THE SHIFT LEVER ON SOME 6-SPEED VEHICLES MAY INTERMITTENTLY NOT SHIFT OUT OF PARK. THIS BULLETIN PROVIDES THE DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES TO CORRECT THIS CONDITION.|
|05/11/2016||140000 AIR BAGS||"HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA IS LAUNCHING RECALL 144 FOR A TOTAL OF 33 VEHICLES. 2015/2016 MY SONATAS VEHICLES (30 UNITS), AND 2016 MY SONATA HYBRID VEHICLE (ONE UNIT), AND 2017 MY ELANTRA (TWO UNITS) VEHICLES FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE DRIVER�S F|
|02/01/2016||103000 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION||SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.|
|04/01/2016||111000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY||SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.|
|11/17/2016||330000 INTERIOR LIGHTING||HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA IS CONDUCTING A SERVICE CAMPAIGN TO REPLACE THE OVERHEAD CONSOLE LIGHT BULBS ON CERTAIN DEALER STOCK 2017 MODEL YEAR ELANTRA VEHICLES. SERVICE CAMPAIGN T1F PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE OVERHEAD CONSOLE LIGHT BUL|
|06/15/2017||118000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE||This bulletin provides information related to the Engine Control Module (ECM) software update for reacceleration and tip-out shift shock improvement.|
|06/15/2017||060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING||Hyundai Motor America has added retailed vehicles to Service Campaign T1D. This Service Campaign provides a service procedure to update the ECM on certain 2017 Model Year Elantra with 2.0L MPI engines.|
|11/01/2016||353000 EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL||On certain 2017 Elantras the overhead console lamp intermittently does not turn ON.|
|11/17/2016||356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE||Hyundai Motor America is conducting a Service Campaign to inspect and (if necessary) replace the floor mat on certain dealer stock Elantra vehicles. Service Campaign T1G provides a procedure to inspect the floor mats.|
|11/17/2016||118000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE||Hyundai Motor America is conducting a Service Campaign to update the ECM on certain dealer stock 2017 Model Year Elantra with 2.0L MPI engine. Service Campaign T1D provides a procedure to update the ECM.|
|11/23/2016||356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE||This bulletin describes the procedure to evaluate warped floor mats.|
|11/16/2016||118000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE||This bulletin provides information related to the ECM software update for reacceleration and tip-out shift shock improvement.|
|11/23/2016||356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE||This bulletin describes the procedure to evaluate warped floor mats.|
|10/27/2017||354000 EQUIPMENT:MECHANICAL||On some Elantra (AD) vehicles, a noise may develop in the upper side of the front strut mount. There are no vehicle performance issues associated with the noise. This bulletin provides information on replacement of the front strut nut.|
|10/04/2017||350000 EQUIPMENT||This bulletin describes the procedure to inspect and replace the floor console armrest if the cover material is found to be peeling.|
|10/04/2017||350000 EQUIPMENT||Hyundai Motor America is conducting a Service Campaign to inspect and (if necessary) replace the console armrest cover on certain 2017 Elantra vehicles. Service Campaign T2I provides a service procedure to inspect the console armrest cover.|
|01/17/2017||356000 EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE||This bulletin describes the procedure to inspect and replace the floor console armrest if the cover material is found to be peeling. This peeling condition was caused during the cover material cutting process.|
|01/17/2017||350000 EQUIPMENT||Hyundai Motor America is conducting a Service Campaign to inspect and (if necessary) replace the console armrest cover on certain 2017 Elantra vehicles. Service Campaign T1P provides a service procedure to inspect the console armrest cover.|
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