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My son has a 2003 Tiburon. He has had problems getting Hyundai to cover certain things because they blamed his driving habits. He emptied out his childhood bank account to buy that car he took good care of it. I feel obligated to warn you, go with the Honda. My son would gladly trade his car for my 1998 accord.
When you jumped the car you probably damaged the ECM (Electronic Control Module). If you didnt jump it correctly (polarity) that could cause damage. The dealer would probably swap out the ECM, verify its fixed and charge you for a new ECM. You could also find one used for a few hundred dollars. Here is the troubleshooting procedure from the Hyundai Webtech site. At the very bottom in the alarm section ... Read More
Well, I guess you do adapt to the armor personal doors rising up to meet your shoulders. I test drove the Tiburon, and it was not bad overall. I do own a Miata, which has a great door window sill height for resting your elbow on, and the view of the road rushing by gives one a sense of real speed. Yes, I am sure the too high doors are safer, ... Read More
For $44.00 the dealer service probably looked at your pattern and said close enough. The spring clip that you lost: 1) You can copy the clip on the other headlight and make your own. You wont be able to use spring steel like the manufacter did but stiff wire. 2) You can look for a spare headlight on Ebay. I bought two for my Elantra GT for $85 each. 3) Hyundai ... Read More