2011 Hyundai Accent Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2011 Hyundai Accent

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2011 Hyundai Accent Questions

charged $385 for ignition coil on 2011 Accent 60081 miles-feeling ripped off? (2 answers)

Have they recalled this car yet. I have had six coil replacements since I bought (1 answer)

Dealership said the main office changed the gapvsetting and they adjusted all at last coil change. But now 3 months later another coil is mis firing. Sick of wasting my time and money.

Why is ignition coil issue on Accents and how do I protect my car for future? (1 answer)

I have never been educated on a ignition coil use until 2 weeks ago. The dealership replaced #1 coil. Today, an independent shop replaced #2 coil. I know #3 and #4 are coming sooner than I like. HELP. I cannot afford it.

I have put at least $800.00 of work in 2 short months time on this Accent...

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2011 Hyundai Accent Recalls

Brake Light Switch Failure

The brake light switch may stop functioning, resulting in the lack of brake lamp operation, cruise control deactivation and shifter lock not releasing when depressing the brake pedal. Dealers will replace the brake light switch free of charge to resolve the concern.

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2011 Hyundai Accent Reviews

I purchased my '11 Accent new, from the dealership, in October 2010. In the almost-five years (and 68,000 miles) that I've owned this car, I've had the fuel pump and charcoal canister replaced (under warranty, at about 20K miles), and the ignition coil has gone out five times. Most recently, the ignition coil went *again* after being replaced four thousand miles ago. This time, it was while I w...
I'm just replying to those with coil replacement problem. Watch this tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFWnHgrhTho the job is DYI and no more than 5 mins a coil. All you need is 10 mm sock and wrench and new coil from ebay/amazon. Don't waste your money on dealers
I bought used with about 40,000 mi. I know you're all having coil trouble and you keep paying for coil replacement. I have what sounds like the same trouble about every 4000-8000 miles. I've just been changing the plugs and that seems to do the trick. There must be a deeper problem that's causing the issue. If anyone knows more, please let me know. The only other problem is that the spri...

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