485 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Hyundai Accent. 28 of these members
(5.8%) have reported transmission repairs for their car.
A total of 47 transmission repairs to Hyundai Accents--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Clutch squeak that would go away with slightest pressure on the clutch pedal. Throw out bearing bad. Replace same along with damaged pressure plate. This was second visit for issue, I had to agree to $600 for tear down in case wear item.
Clutch went out at 28,000 miles. Wear item or not, should not go out this soon, dealership promised warranty repair, had car over 1 week, no work done, then suddenly wanted $1300 to repair, declined, took to another shop. Continuation of previous problem, took to local KIA dealership (Hyundai owns KIA), Clutch, pressure plate, and flywheel replaced(Hyundai dealer told me to drive on it, when it went out it destroyed the flywheel, throw out bearing and pressure plate)
Clutch made a weird nose; lubed up the part (they had to remove the transmission)
Work done on warranty
Squeaky clutch when depressing and releasing. Parts ordered. Clutch release bearing replaced. Car had a hard rattle after released from shop and had to be brought in just to find out what wasn't tightened properly. Ready the following day without problems.