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Bunker Hill, WV
Get it diagnosed by an experienced mechanic , depending on the cause of the noise , then decide what you want to do. May be a five minute tightening of a loose component , or it may be an internal engine failure. Have you checked the oil?
Disconnect the 'negative' first , connect 'negative' last.
Most cars default to A/C 'on' with defrost , to dehumidify the air,that is normal. Possibly a problem with the temp controls or air mix door(s) in heater A/C case. Is the coolant level OK? Is the engine warming up properly?
Is/was the battery hooked up backwards? When and why the fuse blew is the first step.
Could you be a little more specific about which ligkt? do you mean the 'd' light in your gear position selector indicator? If so , that means there is a fault code stored in your TCM (transmission control module) and need to have the TRANSMISSION scanned for trouble codes and diagnosed and repaired as necessary. Please post code(s) here if more help is wanted.
As long as you (and many others) have this issue documented properly with the dealer, when Hyundai does come out with a solution , you will most likely be notified.
If I'm not mistaken , the rad. cap specifically warns not to open when hot , for a reason. Temp guage in middle is about 210F. Scalding to us is 140F. So aside from taking the cap off under not-so-good conditions , what's the problem?
Do you mean just the tire and rim or more?
PCM or wire/connector fault between PCM/guage/sensor. Live data rather than just a 'code reader' may be more helpful.
Loss of oil pressure , engine stopped on its' own , hmmmmmmm.........Nope doesn't sound good.