Hyundai U86122b000

Model U86122b000 made by Hyundai got 2 consumer complains as well as 1 recall. Consumer complaints with reference to equipment. . There was one recall concerning trailer hitches .

Model 9999


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Defect SummaryThis recall has been superceded by recall 08e-055. hyundai is recalling 3,387 trailer hitch wiring harnesses either included with a trailer hitch or sold as a service part manufactured by thule towing systems and distributed by hyundai for installation on my 2007-2008 santa fe and veracruz vehicles. the accessory trailer hitch wiring harness converter module is mounted to the top surface of the rear bumper reinforcement. high current leakage or a short circuit of capacitor c1 could cause heat related damage to the wiring harness converter module.
Consequence SummaryExcessive heat may cause damage to the rear bumper area and may potentially result in a fire.
Corrective SummaryHyundai will notify owners and will replace the trailer hitch wiring harness free of charge. the recall began on march 31, 2008. owners may contact hyundai at 1-800-633-5151.
NotesHyundai recall number 082.customers may contact the national highway traffic safety administration's vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153); or go to

Consumer Complaints

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 This web-site has recall for a hyundai santa fe trailer hitch wiring harness under recall number 08e016000. when i contacted the dealer he states that i should call hyundai. they in turn say that they do not know what is wrong and say they cannot help me. this is on top of a very scary experience where the engine failed to respond to the accelerator while going down a mountain from an altitude of 7000 ft. i have since found out that there is a service bulletin on that issue, and i am now waiting for the throttle body module to be replaced. that is how i found the other recall. please advise as to what steps i need to take to have this wiring harness problem taken care of. bent odgaard *tr
 Clutch failure! i am looking at replacing the clutch in this car for the third time. after doing much research on the issue, i have discovered that there are several class actions against hyundai regarding the clutch issue. i have 85k on this car and it has had clutch issues since about 1800 miles. the entire clutch and fly wheel was replaced at 27,618 miles and again at 60k and now again. the problem is the dual mass flywheel. they know and acknowledge this is a common problem with the clutch and explain it away as the way the user drives. but, how can thousands drive so bad that a clutch last only 27k miles? my husband died 2 weeks after the car broke down out of town with the 2nd clutch replacement. due in part to the added stress that this put on us. how many other people have to go through this before hyundai takes this seriously. how many people have to injured physically, emotionally or financially before something is done. we were almost hit by a 18 wheeler when the clutch failed the 2nd time. again, how many people does hyundai have to have this happen to before someone is killed!!!!!!! the date listed below is the 3rd clutch incident date. i have proof of many more defects with this car!!!!! i attribute the death of my husband in part to this continuing problem!!!!! *tr

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