Hyundai Veloster Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Hyundai Veloster
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Hyundai Veloster ProblemsNo Sound from Speakers
The Hyundai Veloster equipped with the optional navigation unit may suddenly stop playing audio from all speakers. This includes sound from CD players, radio, navigation, satellite radio, and telephone calls. All other features may still function properly.
This fault requires no part replacement, and is a software glitch that can be rectified by a 'hard reset'.
To perform the hard reset, simply disconnect the vehicles negative battery terminal, wait 15 minutes, and reconnect the negative battery terminal.
Hyundai Veloster Questionsheadlights flicker (not turning off, going between bright and dim), all the time (1 answer)
I have a 2013 Hyundai Veloster, I bought the car brand new off the lot. I now have over 60 thousand miles on the car, all the regular maintenance on the car was don at the dealer ship where I bought the car (oil change was cheeper there than to do it myself, but all other maintenance on the vehic...
Hyundai Veloster RecallsThe Panoramic Sunroof Glass May Break
During its installation at the factory, the panoramic sunroof assembly may have been weakened. As a result the sunroof glass may break unexpectedly while driving which could leak to personal injury and/or a vehicle crash. Dealers will inspect the integrity of the sunroof and replace the glass assembly as necessary to correct this concern.
The panoramic sunroof assembly may have been weakened during its installation at the factory. As a result, the glass panel may break while driving, resulting in personal injury or a vehicle crash. Dealers will inspect the sunroof and replace the glass assembly as necessary.
The rear brakes on the 2012 Veloster contain certain components of the parking brake system. Moisture and road grime that collects on the rear brakes may cause the parking brake components to bind, and potentially fail to work properly. This is only affecting vehicles equipped with manual transmissions. If the parking brake is not fully engaged when parked, the vehicle may move unexpectedly, increasing the risk of a crash. Hyundai dealers will replace both rear brake calipers to correct this concern.