Fix Hyundai clicking sound when turning
Hyundai has issued a service bulletin #17-ST-002 to address a Hyundai clicking sound when turning. The service bulletin applies to the vehicles listed below with motor driven power steering (MDPS) units. The cause of the noise is a worn flexible rubber coupler. Hyundai has extended the warranty period for this problem to 10-years or 100,000 miles.
The worn coupling is NOT a safety issue and will not cause steering failure. It’s just annoying.
Hyundai Motor has revised the warranty for the rubber coupling on 2007-2015 Elantra Sedans, 2009-2012 Elantra Touring models, 2011-2014 Sonata Sedans, and 2011-2015 Hybrid Sonata Sedans. The warranty is now 10 years from the date of original delivery or the date of first use, or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first.
Hyundai vehicles affected by service bulletin #17-ST-002
2007~2010 Elantra (HD)
2009~2012 Elantra Touring (FD)
2011~2015 Elantra (MD) From Aug. 13, 2010 ~ Feb 19, 2014
2011~2015 Elantra (UD) From Nov. 03, 2010 ~ May 19, 2014
2011~2014 Sonata (YF/YFa)
2011~2015 Sonata Hybrid (YF HEV)
If your vehicle is within the warranty period, take it to your local Hyundai dealer for a free repair. If you’re outside the warranty period and you want to do the repair yourself, obtain the new part from the dealer or online, Part # 56315-2K000-FFF.
Then, obtain a copy of service bulletin #17-ST-002 from Alldatadiy.com or Eautorepair.net from the links below or contact your local library to see if they have online auto repair instructions. Many libraries do offer free access, but only within the library. You’ll have to print out the instructions at the library.
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