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2017 Hyundai i30

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14 hours ago, Rayong said:

hyundai i30.,any kaki dismentled to discover the engine prote, ting underneath cover hav oils stain. flooded almost the, entire plastic pan

 

Use the dipstick and check your engine oil level. Are u losing engine oil. If u are, contact KMC svc centre to make an appt asap. If not, it may just be a careless mechanic that splashed engine oil all over in the process of performing an oil change.

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They drain the oil for servicing without removing the cover. Might be oil being spilled rather than engine oil leak? Your trip computer will flash an alarm message if your engine oil level is too low. You can check using the dipstick.

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damper oils, seal found leaking.. replaced fixed the issue. but dued to oils spills to the belt.. while making teip to batu pahat on deepavali .the belt start to deterate.. managed to found next by w.shop to replaced the alternator belt.. lucky to hav spare part supplier on holiday season..

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Hi Bros, i just gotten a 2018 i30 Turbo. Can check if you guys still going back Komoco for servicing? Or are there any recommeded workshop outside. Thanks!

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17 hours ago, thechoseone said:

Hi Bros, i just gotten a 2018 i30 Turbo. Can check if you guys still going back Komoco for servicing? Or are there any recommeded workshop outside. Thanks!

Its not necessary to go back to Komoco for servicing as long as u are comfortable with a workshop outside. U might like to check with the previous owner if there is any free servicings left (if there is a service package included). 

 

If u do not know a workshop u are familiar with for servicing, u can bring it to Harmony Motors at AMK Point. They are familiar with Hyundais, including the i30.

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1 hour ago, Dinkydong said:

Its not necessary to go back to Komoco for servicing as long as u are comfortable with a workshop outside. U might like to check with the previous owner if there is any free servicings left (if there is a service package included). 

 

If u do not know a workshop u are familiar with for servicing, u can bring it to Harmony Motors at AMK Point. They are familiar with Hyundais, including the i30.

Thanks for the recommendation! 😄

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I found oil on my sump guard too. It was a loose oil pipe, thus oil level low, After tightening  it OK now

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On 11/16/2019 at 11:30 PM, thechoseone said:

Hi Bros, i just gotten a 2018 i30 Turbo. Can check if you guys still going back Komoco for servicing? Or are there any recommeded workshop outside. Thanks!

Don't ever go back to Komoco after the warranty period. They slaughter you with the sharpest Samurai sword that you can find. The servce staff are worse than NInjas, arrogant and rude. I buy my parts from Min Ghee and replace at Sin Min Auto, or better still Johore Bahru.

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4 hours ago, Fierydragon said:

Don't ever go back to Komoco after the warranty period. They slaughter you with the sharpest Samurai sword that you can find. The servce staff are worse than NInjas, arrogant and rude. I buy my parts from Min Ghee and replace at Sin Min Auto, or better still Johore Bahru.

Currently it is still under warranty, Would it be recommended to go outside workshop service instead? Would it void the warranty?

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1 hour ago, thechoseone said:

Currently it is still under warranty, Would it be recommended to go outside workshop service instead? Would it void the warranty?

If doing outside servicing, keep proper service record and ensure they do good job. Komoco won't void warranty as long as proper maintenance is done. 

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1 hour ago, Ceecookie said:

If doing outside servicing, keep proper service record and ensure they do good job. Komoco won't void warranty as long as proper maintenance is done. 

Thanks bro, will take note of this.

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Has anyone experience a vibration or rattling sound coming from the 9" HU when accelerating or braking and coming to a stop? 

I can confirm the sound is coming from the HU is because when i use my hand to hold the HU, the vibration or rattling sound stopped.

 

Any solution to dampen the sound?

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On 11/23/2019 at 9:36 AM, Ceecookie said:

If doing outside servicing, keep proper service record and ensure they do good job. Komoco won't void warranty as long as proper maintenance is done. 

Komoco is pretty chill about warranty issues from my experience. They aren't out to fault you for unrelated issues. I got my driver seat rails replaced with no questions asked even though I stopped going back for servicing for 1 year. Some ADs will tell you to go fly kite, warranty void cos you never come back.

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On 12/1/2019 at 9:51 AM, flashbang said:

Komoco is pretty chill about warranty issues from my experience. They aren't out to fault you for unrelated issues. I got my driver seat rails replaced with no questions asked even though I stopped going back for servicing for 1 year. Some ADs will tell you to go fly kite, warranty void cos you never come back.

agree with you.  quite a few have changed their turbos and some even twice. so KMC does not nitpick on the warranty issues, generally speaking. that gives some comfort during the warranty period for owners, technical issues aside.   

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On 11/24/2019 at 10:47 AM, thechoseone said:

Has anyone experience a vibration or rattling sound coming from the 9" HU when accelerating or braking and coming to a stop? 

I can confirm the sound is coming from the HU is because when i use my hand to hold the HU, the vibration or rattling sound stopped.

 

Any solution to dampen the sound?

Just go back to Komoco and demonstrate the rattling to the customer service officer... they'll fix it... or even change the mounting... I have confidence it can be fixed and Komoco will be able to fix it...

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