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ix35/Tucson / Re: Osram night breakers h7 bulbs
« Last post by Bluetaurus on Yesterday at 08:46:58 »
They do appear better than the fitted bulb and come in two forms standard night breakers and night breaker+.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QW0JGH2dKNM
Of course if they start blowing fuses and create problems then the warranty would not apply.
Thanks for the reply
Perhaps I will leave the factory standard bulbs, one good thing is the amazing amount of room one has to change them should they blow!
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ix35/Tucson / Re: Osram night breakers h7 bulbs
« Last post by irememberwhen on March 31, 2020, 23:00:06 »
They do appear better than the fitted bulb and come in two forms standard night breakers and night breaker+.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QW0JGH2dKNM
Of course if they start blowing fuses and create problems then the warranty would not apply.
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If you would keep this thread updated it would be much appreciated.  8)
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i10 / Rocker Cover Gaskit Part Number I10 1.2 2012
« Last post by linearamp on March 31, 2020, 22:35:35 »
Hi

would anyone happen to know the part number for a Rocker Cover Gaskit for a  I10 1.2 2012 ,Are these easy to swap out on this car / engine

Thanks in advance

Martin
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Thanks for replying, yes, as I understand the requirements your warranty can only be retained if you obtain this service check sheet. Hyundai are legally required to allow independent garages to carry out servicing and maintenance. However it appears that the service check sheet is not available to any garages other than Hyundai Motor UK. This seems to be anti-competitive and in breach of their obligations. Does anyone else have any experience of using independent garages?


I don't believe failing to supply a service check list would be classed as anti-competitive or in breach of their obligations.
Maybe an e-mail to Hyundai Customer Service is the way forward.

Thanks, I will email them to see if they are able/willing to provide this. It just feels like a barrier Hyundai have put up to any other garages carrying out the work.
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Hi
Just asking, is it loyalty to your local garage, or perhaps a distance thing to your nearest Hyundai dealer why you have decided to go to an independent?
John

Hi John, they are walking distance from my house and I know them. It's just a whole lot easier and probably cheaper too.
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i800 / iLoad / Re: i800 wont start
« Last post by D-Fens on March 31, 2020, 11:48:25 »
If you've 1000 members on your Facebook page, why are you poaching members from this group?
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i800 / iLoad / Re: I800 tyre size
« Last post by D-Fens on March 31, 2020, 11:17:55 »
I know this is an old topic, but I eventually replaced the original Hankook rear tyres at approx 40K miles.  It makes no sense to me to buy cheaper tyres which won't offer as much grip and may be noisier, only to replace them much sooner than the Hankook ones specifically selected by Hyundai designers.
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i800 / iLoad / Re: Lambda sensor 2016
« Last post by D-Fens on March 30, 2020, 23:55:01 »
This part should be replaced under warranty.
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It's being offered by other manufacturers namely Volvo and Vauxhall. Good news indeed.  :)
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