Originally Posted by ngsblr
Even i am facing a similar issue. When i fully press the clutch pedal and release it - there is a tak tak sound from the bonnet. Also, engaging the first gear and reverse gear is jerky and gives bumpy feeling. Any ideas as to what might have gone wrong ?
EDIT: it is also jerky and difficult to put into reverse gear. ONly first and reverse gear are behaving like this when car is on. When car is off, both can be shifted to smoothly. The problem of hard gear shifting happens only when ignition is on. Its been only 3 weeks since i bought the car !
This a merely a problem of clutch not set properly. First of all visit the ASC as early as possible and get it fixed. Also to tell you, the clutch technology used in i10 is drive by wire and so its ultra smooth but it as issues like this. Regarding the gears issue even my i10 as the same problem for 1st and reverse, it is difficult to engage in it sometimes. I have read that this gears (1st,3rd& reverse) are not normal gears and this problem exist in every engine. But still you can get it checked. Also follow the 'Run in Process' given in manual.
Originally Posted by sankyp
Guys need some help here. I have a Jan 2014 rand i10 Era. I got Autocop fitted from a local accessory shop. Now I faced the infamous battery discharge issue with the car and more so in recent months. The service center blames it on the Autocop and says that the fuse box was burnt because supply was tapped from a wrong fuse box (internal). The burnt fuse pcb has caused shorting which resulted in battery discharge. Replacement will cost about Rs. 10000 s per the service manager.
Do I really believe him? I had complained on the Hyundai FB pae that my issue is not sorted. Though the complaint was not about the service center, I guess thay have had to face the heat. Because I am not sure if a 5 lac hatchback has a fusebox that costs Rs.10000. A fusebox of a i20 costs 20 gbp. I feel they are trying to scare me by telling me a high cost of replacement and then showing that they did me a favor by charging me less.
Last I remember trying to change the position of an internal wire of Autocop to another fuse and it didnot make any sound. So I have my doubts if it was really Autocop that caused the issue.
Just a few suggestion:
1. Always get this type of work done from the ASC (atleast electrical) they provide for warranty for the work done and car.
2. Write an email to the Service team customer care firstname.lastname@example.org
or call this # 1800-11-4645.
3. You can also ask about the part at other ASC or to the customer care.
The work done by the people of the car shop is of "Juggad" type.
I had also heard that the some of the grand i10 in the early year of production had this glitch and it was been rectified with some kind of software update. Try searching the internet.