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Approved Hyundai transmission fluid

Hyundai has issued a service bulletin #19-AT-006H to list the approved Hyundai transmission fluid for its vehicles. The Hyundai bulletin warns against the use of any other fluids, especially the addition of ATF or gear oil additives. In addition, Hyundai does not approve of any “universal” all makes, all models transmission fluids. Given the temperature and viscosity ranges these transmission see, it is impossible to make a single universal all makes all models fluid that can satisfy Hyundai’s requirements.

Hyundai automatic transmission fluid for these older vehicles

  • Hyundai 2016-2017 Tucson; Hyundai 2016-2017 Veloster; What is the Problem with the Dual-Clutch? A Hyundai class action lawsuit has alleged that dual-clutch transmission (DCT) has defects in the transmission control modules that cause the vehicles mentioned earlier above to stop moving. Consumers have also made the following complaints: Shifting.
  • Hyundai, a leading Asian manufacturer of cars and SUVs, has been expanding its market share in the U.S. Although Hyundai offers a 10-year warranty, many users have experienced problems with the transmission system. In particular, the transmission may be prone to slip on some Hyundai models. There are several.
  • Hyundai Automatic Transmission Fluid At Advance Auto, we carry 18 different types of Automatic Transmission Fluid products for your Hyundai at competitive prices to fit your budget. Save on cost when you find your Hyundai replacement Automatic Transmission Fluid with us.

1995-2011 Accent (X3/LC/MC) ATF SPII
2006-10 Azera (TG) ATF SPII
1992-2010 Elantra (J1/RD/XD/HD) ATF SPII
2009-12 Elantra Touring (FD) ATF SPII
2007-08 Entourage (EP) ATF SPII
2001-09 Santa Fe (SM/CM) ATF SPII
1994-2010 Sonata (Y2/Y3/EF/NF) ATF SPII
1998-2008 Tiburon (RC/GK) ATF SPII
2005-09 Tucson (JM) ATF SPII
2001- 05 XG 300/350 (XG) ATF SPII

I am so totally confused with Hyundai SP-IV transmission fluild specs. I prepared the following summary where I found the fluid specs for 2 SP-IV transmission fluid and those that are recommended for SP-IV applications. I read a lot about Valvoline MaxATF which many people claim works well but the fluid specs are so much different than SP-IV.

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Hyundai Automatic Transmission Fluid and DCT Gear Oil for newer vehicles

2012-17 Accent (RB) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2018- Accent (HC) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2011 Azera (TG) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2012-17 Azera (HG) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2011-16 Elantra (MD/LID) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2013-14 Elantra Coupe (JK) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2013-14 Elantra GT (GD) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2018- Elantra GT (PD) 2.0L ATF TYPE SP4-M
2017- Elantra (AD/ADa) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2018- Kona (OS) 2.0L ATF TYPE SP4-M
2010-12 Santa Fe (CM) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2013-18 Santa Fe Soon (AN) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2013-19 Santa Fe (NC) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2019- Santa Fe (TM) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2011-14 Sonata (YF) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2015- Sonata (LF) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2011-15 Sonata Hybrid (YF HEV) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2016- Sonata Hybrid (LF HEV/PHEV) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2010-15 Tucson (LM) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2016- Tucson 2.0L (TL) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2013-15 Veloster Turbo (FS) 1.6L ATF TYPE SP4-M
2019- Veloster (JS) ATF TYPE SP4-M
2007-12 Veracruz (EN) TYPE JWS-3309 T-4
2009-11 Genesis Sedan (BH) 3.8L TYPE NWS-9638 T-5
2011 Equus (VI) 4.6L Shell 1375.4
2010-16 Genesis Coupe (BK) 3.8L Shell 1375.4
2009-11 Genesis Sedan (BH) 4.6L Shell 1375.4
2010-16 Genesis Coupe (BK) 2.0L RED-1 ATF
2012-16 Equus (VI) 5.0L ATF TYPE SP-IV-RR
2012-14 Genesis Sedan (BH) ATF TYPE SP-IV-RR
2015-16 Genesis Sedan (DH) ATF TYPE SP-IV-RR
2013-14 Genesis Coupe (BK) 2.0L ATF TYPE SP-IV-RR
2013-16 Genesis Coupe (BK) 3.8L ATF TYPE SP-IV-RR

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Hyundai transmission fluid and DCT gear oil for dual-clutch Transaxle

2017- Elantra (ADa) 1.4L Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2017- Elantra (AD) 1.6L Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2018- Elantra GT (PD) 1.6L Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2017- Ioniq (AE) 1.6L DCT HEV/PHEV GL-4 SAE 70W
2018- Kona (OS) 1.6L Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2015- Sonata (LF) 1.6L Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2016- Tucson (TL) 1.6T Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2012- Veloster (FS) 1.6L DCT GL-4 SAE 75W/85
2015- Veloster (FS) 1.6L Turbo DCT GL-4 SAE 70W
2019- Veloster (JS) GL-4 SAE 70W

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What Hyundai Vehicles Are Affected?

Current and former owners and lessees of the following Hyundai vehicles equipped with dual-clutch transmissions may be entitled to a full buyback of their car due to dual-clutch transmission defects:

  • Hyundai 2015-2017 Sonata Eco
  • Hyundai 2016-2017 Tucson
  • Hyundai 2016-2017 Veloster

What is the Problem with the Dual-Clutch?

A Hyundai class action lawsuit has alleged that dual-clutch transmission (DCT) has defects in the transmission control modules that cause the vehicles mentioned earlier above to stop moving. Consumers have also made the following complaints:

  • Shifting problems
  • Acceleration hesitation
  • Loss of power
  • Stalling

Hyundai Transmission For Sale

The above problems with the dual-clutch transmission can pose dangers to everyone on the road. If you have experienced issues with the dual-clutch transmission in your Hyundai vehicle and you’ve taken it back multiple times for repair without a resolution, you may be entitled to a buyback under lemon law. However, to be able to file a lemon law claim against Hyundai, you must opt-out of the class action settlement by December 26, 2019. Read on to learn more about your options and how to get compensation.

What Consumers Need to Do

While you may be entitled to be part of a class-action suit, it’s essential to understand the difference between a class action settlement and a lemon law claim to know why it may be beneficial to you to opt-out of the settlement.

Consulting a lemon law attorney can help you make an informed decision on what the best option will be for your situation. However, it’s critical to understand the difference between compensation from a class action suit as opposed to a lemon law claim:

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Class Actions

Class Actions occur when there is a confirmed wide-spread issue with a particular car model. It typically involves one single plaintiff or small group of plaintiffs, that file the initial court proceeding, but they are representative of all consumers who have purchased the same model. Typically, class actions do not offer large sums of money for an individual consumer. However, if a consumer’s circumstances meet lemon law requirements, they can proceed to file a separate claim.

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Lemon Law Claims

Consumers may be eligible to file a lemon law claim if they have made a reasonable number of attempts to have the vehicle defects repaired through an authorized dealership, but the problem persists. In a lemon law case, the consumer may be entitled to a full buyback of their car.

Why You Need a Lemon Law Attorney

Attempting to submit a class action claim against a car manufacturer on your own can be detrimental to your case. Lemon law is complicated, and not fully understanding how the process works can leave you vulnerable for mistakes — and mistakes can cost you the compensation that you deserve. Enlisting the help of an experienced lemon law attorney can make all the difference in the outcome of your claim.

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Mr. Taylor wrote the book on Lemon Law. To find out if you are eligible to file a lemon law claim for your defective Hyundai Sonata Eco, Tucson, or Veloster, for the model years noted above, contact Norman Taylor & Associates today at (888) 449-7639 for your free case evaluation.