In this dispute involving Hyundai Motor America, our client’s 2023 Hyundai Sonata encountered a series of serious vehicle issues, notably experiencing unexpected shutdowns on two occasions, despite its relatively low mileage.

The Sonata’s troubles began shortly after its purchase on December 28, 2022. While the initial repair visit on January 16, 2023, addressed a minor issue regarding a missing rear ceiling light fixture, subsequent visits unveiled more severe problems.

On February 14, 2023, our client reported that the Sonata suffered a sudden loss of power while driving, leading to a complete shutdown. During a two-day repair visit, technicians diagnosed a misfire and identified a drop in fuel pressure.

To resolve the issue, the service provider replaced both a faulty fuel injector and various intake manifold gaskets.

Merely ten days later, on February 24, 2023, with just 2,894 miles, the Sonata encountered another loss of power and unexpected shutdown, accompanied by a fuel odor inside the cabin.

During another two-day repair visit, technicians found another faulty fuel injector, this time in cylinder 1, which was promptly replaced to ensure the vehicle’s safe operation.

The significance of these repairs is magnified by the Sonata’s remarkably low mileage at the time. The repeated unexpected shutdowns raised serious concerns about the Sonata’s safety and reliability, prompting further investigation and legal action by our client.

Faced with persistent issues, the owner sought assistance from the Lemon Law Experts, renowned for their expertise in California consumer protection and lemon law cases.

This recent success story underscores their dedication to achieving favorable outcomes for clients grappling with challenging automotive issues.

If you find yourself grappling with similar automotive problems in California, the Lemon Law Experts stand ready to assist.

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