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5.4

fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
17,134 miles

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2006 Hyundai Azera electrical problems

electrical problem

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2006 Hyundai Azera Owner Comments

problem #4

Feb 012008

Azera

  • 16,000 miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Repeated ( four occasions ) warning on dashboard that the airbag system was not functioning properly. Dealer has been unable to solve problem. Driver's door repeatedly will not latch. Oil leaks repeatedly - three occasions - head gasket replaced twice complete electrical failure twice - alternator replaced transmission rough shifting and rough, delayed engagement into reverse on 12/30/08.

- Pittsburgh, PA, USA

problem #3

Aug 252008

Azera

  • 50,000 miles
2006 Hyundai Azera limited I just purchased has a headlight problem. The headlights go out at any time for two to three seconds, then come back on. Usually this occurs when coming to a stop, but not always. Maybe this is the reason the previous owner sold the car. We called the local dealer and were told it was a problem they haven't found a solution to yet, and the dealer at three other Azera owners with the same problem. The dealer said there is a voltage drop in the charging system, and it is more noticeable at night when the headlights are on. I have noticed the voltage drop during the day also by seeing the speedometer lights dim. This is so annoying, and is a safety issue. Could even become a problem of road rage if my headlights flash on and off at an irate driver in front of me. I can't believe there is no solution!

- Sheboygan, WI, USA

problem #2

Oct 162006

Azera 4WD 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 737 miles
- the contact owns a Hyundai Azera. The contact experienced 2 incidents where the vehicle lost power at 737 miles, and again at 4418 miles. All of this has been reported to the manufacturer. These failures have been a concern since the vehicle was purchased on October 7, 2006. There were no warning indicator lights until after the vehicle lost power. The first incident occurred while driving at 70 mph, and the second incident at 50 mph. All of the lights illuminated after the vehicle stalled. The contact wasn't able to restart the vehicle on both incidents, and the vehicle was towed to the dealer, who determined that the failure was due to a faulty relay and 1 burned out fuse. They stated this was the only problem. After the second incident the vehicle was towed again, and stayed at the dealer for 11 days. The dealer replaced the fuel pump, 2 electrical wires, the gas tank, and the computer. The end result was that the dealer in consultation with Hyundai didn't know why the failures occurred. The contact filed a complaint with Hyundai. The first failure was on 0ctober 16, 2006, and the second failure was on December 8, 2006. The current mileage was 9200. The consumer states there was a 3rd incident on March 9, 2007 the car powered down and the consumer inserted his spare 205 power relay and the car turned over. Dealer states replaced relay and fuses a few times. Customer states problem still going on wants car fixed. Update 04/19/07 updated 03-28-08

- Pen Broke Pines , FL, USA

problem #1

Feb 122007

Azera 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 1,800 miles
Headlights do not properly illuminate the roadway. This is a safety hazard. I almost hit a pedestrian while driving on a dimly lit road. I complained to my dealer and was advised that there was nothing they could do. The dealer claims that the lights are working in accordance with the manufactures specifications. If this is true...the manufacturer should be forced to adjust these standards before a tragedy occurs. There have been two other instances where this condition nearly caused me to have an accident.

- Daytona Beach, FM, USA

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