2006 SONATA 3.3L PCM REPROGRAMMING

I have a 2006 Sonata that was made in August, 2005. I've noticed that there is supposed to be a PCM update that seems to apply to my vehicle. The TSB
says "From the beginning VIN of 2006 Sonata production ~October 20, 2005" which my vehicle falls into. I bought the car last december, and there's no indication that the update was done. The dealer says that my VIN isn't listed as having it done, and they say it's not listed as being part of campaign T15. Is there a way to verify what Flash is currently in the PCM, as the affected releases are listed in the TSB. Why would my car appear to be needing the update based on the info in the TSB, but not be eligible according to the online system?
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The dealer can check with the scan tool to see what software version you have.
As to why it would be in the build range, not have had the campaign completed, and not have the campaign open, I really cannot supply an answer. All I can say is that I've seen some Hyundai cars (although not your model) that fell into other campaign specifications yet had a status like yours. I was able to perform the repairs under warranty because the vehicles were presented to the service department with a legitimate concern that the recall was intended to remedy.
My suggestion would be to call Hyundai customer assistance and query them about it. Trying to resolve this through the dealer will probably result mostly in a headache. On the other hand, if you have a customer assistance case open and Hyundai says they'll pay the dealer to check the PCM version (and reprogram if necessary), the dealer will probably be happy to do it. The problem with trying to address through the dealer first is that they'll have trouble getting Hyundai to reimburse them, so they won't want to do it for free for you.
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minor problems (accessory power outlet dead, headlight alignment, bad tire from the factory, and most recently, an open oil pressure switch) - so good in fact that I bought a 2007 to replace my gas eating Town&Country. In ALL cases, the major problem with getting the issues resolved was the dealer. And, I've really got no choice of dealer for service....
They couldn't get the replacement power outlet, they stripped the adjuster on the headlights while adjusting them to a certain mortar line on a concrete block wall, they couldn't figure out that there was a bad tire making the car shake and pull (yes, I know that Hyundai doesn't warrant tires, but because I noticed the vibration on the test of the car BEFORE I bought it, and the salesman said they would balance, fix replace, etc. if it was more than a temporary flat spot from sitting on the lot, the dealer accepted responsibility for the tire issue, but they just blew me off afterwards). The oil pressure switch showed an equal level of incompetence on their part. I changed the oil, and watched for the oil pressure light to go out after I started it.(I've always looked for that) It didn't come on first, so I eventually diagnosed it to be the switch. Center in of switch to ground - open. Ground pin in connector, light comes on. Pretty simple. I went to the dealer, and had them look at it. They needed to order the part. Came back to dealer after they said the part was in, and it turns out that they ordered part of the harness, but not the switch itself. They said that they initially thought the switch was ok, and that the harness was what was needed. Pretty comical since I told them on the first pass that the light comes on when the pin in the connector is grounded, and that the switch showed open always.
Now, on the 2007, I've got a problem with the driver's seat since I picked up the car. It's loose on the track to the point that it you take hold of the back of the seat near the headrest, and try to move it back and forth, the entire seat floats freely - the back and the actual seat kind of pivot, so it's not like the lock isn't engaging - to the point that the top of the seat moves about 3/4 of an inch. This is not like you are applying force... It's just loose. While driving, when you stop and go in traffic, you feel the seat move, and you get a squeak from under the seat. I took it in last Saturday, and the writer and a tech said they were going to order the track, because it was loose. I got a voice mail earlier this week where they left me a message saying that all the 2007's do that. (my 2006 doesn't) I'm heading in there to look for myself (I don't believe them), and hopefully get them to see the light of day.
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Take it back. Mine certainly does not do that. Yes, you can shake the seatback slightly as in any car, but does not move the 3/4" you describe.
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