I have been stranded at supermarkets and at work. My husband started messing with it and learned the trick to getting the car to crank. Sit inside the car and practice to determine how many times you need to press the button to perform the desired function. I am currently waiting on feedback from them on what solution they are going to provide. This has been to the dealer so many times and now I am done with it!!!!! I have a 2013 Hyundai Tucson with only 17K miles on it. The keyless entry remote should always be kept with the keys for the vehicle as well.
From the other comments it seems this is a problem that should be addressed by Hyundai. If so replace the remote battery with a 2032 coin battery. Tried few times and battery was cranking engine strongly, but would not start. I took it to the dealer. On Feb 5, w018 stopped at a restaurant for dinner.
Everything that everyone is stating regarding this push button start elantra is 110% accurate. Only use Blue Link and corresponding devices when safe to do so. Your credit card will be charged at the end of your complimentary trial period. I have a push button for my starter. Keep your foot off of the brake. I have never myself experienced this issue. So, go to the store and test a brand new battery for your vehicle.
And to be on the safe side, if you unlock the doors but don't open them Blue Link® will auto relock your doors after 30 seconds. Three-year term starts from the new vehicle date-of-first-use and is available for new 2018 model year or newer vehicle purchases and leases as well as transferrable to subsequent owners subject to the Terms and Conditions. Next day cranks, no start. I found that if you disconnect the battery and then reconnect it resetting the computer, the car starts. Hyundai needs to recall these vehicles, unfortunately my warranty already expired. I literally drove for 1. Not a light anywhere on the dashboard and radio not working.
Al the lights come on the battery is 100%! I suspect the brake stop switch that allows the car to sense the brake is pushed comes loose over time — but — I do not know that for sure. Press lock on the remote the parking lights come on and stays on forever. This happens to me 2 to 3 times a month. Help keep them safe with custom, preset notifications of when they're on the move. I have to first start the battery only, then after the electronics are on I pull back on the gear shift and then it will start with the brake depressed and push button. Sometimes i leave car running when i go to store now…because you never know if car will start or not. Now it does not detect the remote.
I had it jumped, it started. This all started about a month ago the same day I have my front brakes replaced. Brought it home, went to work the next day, in and out for lunch with no trouble. Took to dealer and was told Smart Key module needs to be replaced. First it was the battery.
Blue Link can provide local law enforcement with your car's exact location and immobilize the engine until it's recovered. I had a Sonata prior for about 8 years and had few problems. . Placed the entire remote in the slot located in the arm-rest compartment and try to start. They disassembled the car and tested each antenna and all of them were just fine. Same as before, go to store, go to post office earlier and no issues.
Disclaimer: This is a replacement part to match the original in form and function. Should I make an appointment now or wait and see if it happens again? My wife key was working just fine until today. They told me if it happened again, I need to have the car towed without trying to get it started because once it starts, all error codes are cleared and their computers would not be able to diagnose the issue. I forgot to mention, no engine turn over, no clicks, nothing. Blue Link is available on most new Hyundai vehicles. Boyfriend is gonna take it to garage tmrw and try n diagnose the problem! Please check back often as the list of supported devices will change based on user demand.