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2002 Hyundai XG350 body / paint problems

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2002 Hyundai XG350 Owner Comments

problem #2

Aug 162014


  • miles


Rear sub frame severe corrosion in critical suspension & frame mounting & attaching areas. And partial loss of braking system due to rupture of rear brake tube due to severe corrosion in rear frame area.

- Bklyn, NY, USA

problem #1

Oct 292006


  • miles
The power steering hose sprang a leak. I had the car towed to an aaa service center. The technician expressed shock when the car was put on a lift because of the amount of frame corrosion, especially in the cradle of the engine, where there was actually a hole. He said he had never seen this kind of problem in a recent vintage car (2002). I bought this car new and it has been in a garage for most of its life. It has fewer than 90,000 miles. I'm told this is a serious safety issue because the engine could fall out at any time. Others should be aware of this problem.

- Maumee, OH, USA

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