Hyundai owners have complained about problems and malfunction in the 2016 Hyundai Tucson. A class action is being evaluated. Recently the company announced a recall of the 2016 Hyundai Tucson to fix a software problem that could disable acceleration.
One article suggests, the problem is rooted in the Tucson’s transmission control module, which was supplied by Dymos Incorporated that controls controls gear-shifting on the Tucson’s seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission.
“In higher ambient temperatures and specific operating conditions, the transmission clutch application logic can result in a delayed engagement when accelerating from a stop. If the accelerator pedal is steadily depressed for approximately 1.5 to 2 seconds, the vehicle will begin to accelerate and normal driving is resumed. However, if the accelerator pedal is repeatedly cycled, the vehicle will not accelerate.” http://www.thecarconnection.com/
Others have complained to the NHTSA and here is a typical complaint. mber of Deaths:0
TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2015 HYUNDAI TUCSON. WHILE DRIVING 45 MPH, THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL WAS DEPRESSED BUT THE VEHICLE WOULD NOT ACCELERATE. THE VEHICLE EXPERIENCED A BRIEF LOSS OF POWER AND THE STABILITY CONTROL WARNING INDICATOR ILLUMINATED ON TWO OCCASIONS. THE VEHICLE WAS BROUGHT TO THE DEALER WHERE IT COULD NOT BE DIAGNOSED. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT REPAIRED. THE FAILURE RECURRED APPROXIMATELY FIVE TIMES. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 1,800.
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