2023 Hyundai Tucson SUV Recurring Engine Issues

In recent months, multiple reports of recurring engine issues have arisen from those who own or lease a 2023 Hyundai Tucson SUV. So far, the manufacturer has only announced one auto safety recall campaign, but it deals with a faulty electric oil pump assembly that has been known to increase the risk of a vehicle fire. While this is an alarming safety concern, many customers are struggling with recurring engine failures that do not have to do with the electric oil pump. Unfortunately, many customers have yet to receive clear explanations or permanent fixes to these safety hazards, leaving them hesitant to operate their SUVs on the road.

According to one driver of a 2023 Hyundai Tucson SUV, they were driving at a speed of approximately 40 miles per hour when the vehicle suddenly lost motor power and stalled out completely. The vehicle was towed to the local dealer who replaced a cylinder. However, the driver experienced the same failure and obtained another cylinder repair, but they are worried about this incident happening again in the future. Other drivers have reported similarly frustrating and concerning incidents of engine power failure. For now, they must continue to wait for the automaker to acknowledge their safety concerns and provide them with the clear and lasting solutions they need.

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