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Hyundai Veloster: Troubleshooting - General Information - Body (Interior and Exterior) - Hyundai Veloster 2010-2019 Service ManualHyundai Veloster: Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Symptom
Suspect Area
Remedy
Water leaks from panoramaroof
Deteriorated roof lid weatherstrip
Replace
Excessive roof lid-to-body clearance and Improperly fitted weatherstrip
Adjust
Wind noise around panoramaroof
Loose or deformed deflector, gapsIn body work
Retighten adjust or replace
Noise heard when opening/ closing panoramaroof
Foreign particles lodged in guide rail
Check drive cable and guide rails for foreign particles
Loose guide rails and lid
Retighten
Motor runs but sunroof does not move or moves only partially
Foreign particles lodged in guide rail
Adjust or replace
Incorrect engagement of motor pinion with drive cable
Decrease in motor`s clutch slipping force
Increased sunroof sliding resistance or interference of sunroof with drive cables, weatherstrip, etc. due to maladjustment of sunroof
Noise in motor (clutch slipping noise from motor when sunroof is fully opened or closed is not an unusual noise
Incorrect engagement of motor pinion with drive cable
Check pinion installation and retighten motor
Worn out or damaged motor pinion bearing
Replace motor assembly
Worn out or deformed drive cable
Replace
Door glass fails to operate Up and Down
Incorrect window glass installation
Adjust position
Damaged or faulty regulator arm or regulator
Correct or replace
Door does not open or close completely
Incorrect door installation
Adjust position
Defective door check assembly
Correct or replace
Door hinge requires grease
Apply grease
Hood does not open or close completely
Striker and latch not properly aligned
Adjust
Incorrectly installed hood
Adjust
Incorrect hood bumper height
Adjust
Water leak through windshield and rear window
Defective seal
Fill with sealant
Defective flange
Correct


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Special Tools Tool (Number and name) Illustration Use 09793-21000 Door hinge adjusting wrench Adjustment, removal ...

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