On Thu, 07 Sep 2006 13:35:15 -0400, "hyundaitech"
Happy to HT.
Looks like you may get the part no. before me.
They sent me home without a fix, but said the parts were being shipped
from Korea. The part numbers haven't even been assigned yet. My
Service Manager was puzzled that the fellow I mentioned had a fix
already. He said it must have been an experimental fix, because no
official parts exist yet according to Hyundai.
Highest praise go to my SM and Tech. They were very patient and nice,
and very sincere in wanting to resolve the problem. As soon as the
parts come in, they will set me up with a loaner and apply the fix.
Why a loaner for a 30-45 minute fix? My guess is that he wants to have
a show and tell on the procedure with the Techs, and drive the car a
good bit before and after the fix.
Incidentally, the Hyundai Rep. said the problem is specific to the V6.
The I4 has different shocks, as you are aware.
Maybe Hyundai buys the I4 shocks from a different supplier, and that's
why the bushing material (or size) is defective only in the V6 shocks.
All speculation on my part!