This is a seven part video series about the Hyundai Motor America auto warranty and about a Hyundai employee who said that Hyundai corporate said that Hyundai authorized dealers are not obligated to inspect the Hyundai vehicle, a contradiction to the auto warranty and federal regulations. This is an example of the failure of federal, state and local governments to protect the car owner. Hyundai does not follow federal regulation, the local police don't follow it, the state Bureau of Automotive Repair doesn't care, the Better Business Bureau Auto Line doesn't care, and the courts don't enforce the warranty. This is an example of the failure of American democracy. The denial of auto warranty inspection and service in these videos is an act of violence against the car owner. As told to Hyundai CEO John Krafcik and the Better Business Bureau Autoline of the state of Virginia: via fax and US Mail CEO JOHN KRAFCIK ;ANGIE PEREZ; ALMA MURRAY; HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA; 3200 PARK CENTER DRIVE,
COSTA MESA, CA 92626 ,Dec 25 2013: "Mr. Krafcik, CEO, please designate at which authorized Hyundai dealership by name address and phone that my United States Constitutional Rights will not be violated, and my vehicle warranty rights will be honored, without police Gestapo Hitleristic brutality thru a local police agency, which the dealership supports." The opinions expressed herein are protected speech under the Constitution of the United States of America.
NEWS REPORTS- In what is likely the largest recall campaign for Hyundai and Kia, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a recall of more than 1.6 million models due to a faulty brake switch. This is in addition to almost 700,000 Hyundai and Kia models recalled for the same problem back in 2009.
In more than 620,000 Kia models and 1 million Hyundai products for the 2007 through 2011 model years, the brake switch could malfunction causing the brake lights to not illuminate, which could lead to accident. Other possible issues with a faulty switch include the cruise control not cancelling with the brake pedal, the push-button starter not working properly and the shift interlock not disengaging causing the transmission to be stuck in Park. To fix the problem, the brake lights switch will be replaced. DOT calls this a defect that could cause injury.
Hyundai Accent 2013 Consumer Report Update part 3 of 7
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