was busy last week with my car.
Yes. that is ECM issue. new ECM has been airlifted and fitted. once the news was conformed, we packed for a trip to shrid and surroundings. I went to the showroom in the morning and was there when the part was replaced. we went to shrid the same night :)
Now car is very smooth. and here are the pics.
I also appreciate the sales manager as he has responded very well. but still why are the guys doing PDI (pre delivary inspection) check sleep during their work time? I believe if PDI was done properly this would not have happened.
any ways thanks TAI
and all for the info and support.
Edit : I am very much happy with my Dad`s decision to buy this family car. I can buy a Jeep now :D
Originally Posted by roby.thomas
The anxiety of a brand new car, going haywire is surely a tough situation. But I would say just keep cool about it. This sounds only like an ECM problem, since they already swapped with another ECM and the car runs perfectly fine and you saw it for yourself.
I would say grab this opportunity to make them commit on an extended warranty or so (if possible
), and enjoy your beautiful car for the rest of your journey. I've recently purchased a car from Hyundai and that has it's fare share of out-of-the-box defective parts too. So, this is all part of the deal.
Thanks for the suggestion roby.thomas. Yes i was cool as the sales manager was responding well. I have got 4th year additional warranty done (At my cost of course)
Originally Posted by rselva
Demo car ECU is tuned for performance and the mapping is different from stock units. After getting the new ECU, Check thoroughly at different speeds and rev ranges.
yeah. I have checked thoroughly and seems fine. Went on Long trip to shrdi and seems good. :)
May be bad time of delivery i suppose (my grand maa`s Opinion