Is the clock covered under the warranty?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by alta47, Sep 1, 2008.

  1. alta47

    alta47 Guest

    I have a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe with 40,000 miles on it. The clock in the
    dash doesn't work. It used to work off and on, then it stopped working
    altogether and doesn't light up at all.

    I am just curious whether that is covered under the warranty.

    (Note: I've been trying to go to the Hyundai website for more info, but the
    website doesn't seem to come up on my computer. Maybe they are having a
    website problem right now. All other Internet websites are working fine.)
    alta47, Sep 1, 2008
  2. alta47

    Irwell Guest

    Should be covered under the warranty.
    Mine packed up keeping accurate time after only a few
    thousand miles. Left alone, still runs but nowhere near
    what the time should be, got a little plastic stick on
    clock that keeps perfect time.
    Irwell, Sep 2, 2008
  3. alta47

    mack Guest

    This is what dealers are for. Call the dealer and ask directly. If the
    answer is that it isn't covered, get a Timex.
    mack, Sep 2, 2008
  4. alta47

    SB Guest

    yeah, this is a usenet group whose topic is Hyundai's. quit botherin'
    us. obviously moderated by mack...
    SB, Sep 2, 2008
  5. alta47

    hyundaitech Guest

    5 years/60k. It'll depend on the date of delivery of the vehicle
    hyundaitech, Sep 3, 2008
  6. alta47

    alta47 Guest

    Thanks. Mine was delivered to the original owner in March, 2004, so I'm
    assuming I have until February, 2009 as long as I am under 60,000 miles. It
    didn't even occur to me that the clock might be covered until just recently.
    alta47, Sep 3, 2008
  7. alta47

    alta47 Guest

    Thanks SB. Pretty funny! :)
    alta47, Sep 3, 2008
  8. alta47

    mack Guest

    Cute. But I answered the poster by stating the bloody obvious. Why
    bother to type a question to a usenet group when you can get the answer in
    three minutes by letting the fingers do your walking? Anyway, if the
    dealer's answer leaves you feeling unsure of his truthfulness, you can
    always fall back on the 'net. But be aware that lots of self-styled experts
    you contact on a newsgroup can and will steer you wrong.
    mack, Sep 7, 2008
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