20 Most Recent 2012 Hyundai Elantra Questions & Answers


It could be, but you need to do some trouble shooting to determine the issue. Is there power to the switches? is there power to the clock spring? Is there continuity through the clock spring? Determining where the issue is will save $$.

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Feb 28, 2019


The Elantra is not a very durable car. I owned one for three years. Mine was constantly in the shop for alignment issues, and steering problems. I still live in the pothole state of NJ. But I now own an Infinity for 2 years. Not a single issue with the suspension, or steering. The same potholes, but a durable car. My advice is that you get rid of the Hyundai, and get a Lexus, Infinity, or Volkswagen. These are very durable. Great on gas, and will save you money in the long run.

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Jun 09, 2016


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5OjhgLXvTQ

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Mar 14, 2015


The PCM is what controls this. It reads many sensors on the engine and transmission to shift up or down. Have you ever had the transmission serviced? If not, you over due. Start here. After that it would have to be put on a scanner and driven to see what is lacking on the sensor end of it. Depending on speed and incline of the hill, this is a normal procedure for the car.

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Mar 13, 2015


Radio needs to be taken out, to see if speaker leads have not fallen out, or is it no power to radio, fuse blown

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Mar 13, 2015


It could be as simple as a frayed belt hitting as the engine is turning.

First visually inspect the belt.

Then get someone to assist you and rev the car while you listen for the noise under the hood.

A long screwdriver is sometimes helpful if you touch parts of the engine and components while the engine is running (carefully) to see if you can identify where the ticking is coming from.

If it's a valve you ought to be able to hear/feel it through the long screwdriver when you touch the engine valve cover.

make sure engine fluids are properly filled.

also, sometimes it can be a fan component that ticks even after the car shuts off.

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Feb 21, 2015


Hello Bethany,
I know a bit about cars but being English I don't understand about rear rotors. I am guessing it is what we call brake discs or disc brakes.
Unlikely I would have thought the actual rotors or discs would be worn to a thickness of 6mm (which would be bad news) and perhaps you are referring to the thickness of the friction material?

It is only a relatively small percentage of braking effort that is exerted by the rear brakes so the rate of wear is much lower than the front brakes so it isn't unusual to discover new friction material isn't much thicker than about 8mm, though many are thicker and some are as thick as those at the front.

It is a general rule that is adopted by most brake and car manufacturer that replacement of friction material or disc pads is not required until there is only 3mm left and I have seen manufacturer's recommendations saying 2mm.
With 6mm of friction material still remaining which is two or three times the recommended minimum there would be no grounds to refuse certification.

Take your car to the service shop and the guy in the greasy overalls will ask himself if 6mm will last you until your next visit and if he is honest he will replace only after asking you what sort of mileage you cover. If he is normal he will grab the extra profit with both hands...

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Jan 15, 2015


Obviously the fender is not coming loose

Your referring to trim-- I guess

See a body shop for the correct professional
adhesives,they can properly clean the area &
re stick it on

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


I had the same problem. Everything worked except the sound. There is a small button next to the CD player that is a reset button. Press that and the audio came back. You have to reset your presets but at least the sounds works.

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Oct 08, 2014


battery may be bad in the key remote . if that will not fix it then you will need to take it to the dealer and have the remote re programmed

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2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Aug 31, 2014


We do not have electrical diagrams for any model unless some expert out there has them at home and wants to upload them, which since we do this for free is not going to happen in most cases. Use this site www.alldatadiy.com It is a pay site.

2012 Hyundai... | Answered on Mar 20, 2014

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