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Hyundai Trajet - Part 2


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#681
kueh

Posted 11 October 2014 - 01:13 PM

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Lately, when ever I steer to d right, akan bunyi kluk kluk. Aiseh takkan lah driveshaft lagi. I changed it a year ago if not mistaken. Tepuk dahi. Btw, a fren suggesting to change it to 17inch rim. Easier to get tyres and look good somemore. Not sure abt d fc and performance. Any 2 cents ?
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dilbert

Posted 21 November 2014 - 10:55 AM

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kueh,

sorry late reply.. now seldom visit here.. as my 'Jet is now only balik kampung car.. seldomly used and mostly under covers in the porch..

as for the "kuk-kuk-kuk" sound when turning, well, the usual suspect is the driveshafts. unfortunately can only verify by going to the workshop and test... btw, the last time around, when replacing used original Hyundai or OEM parts? offhand i can't recall changing my Jet's driveshaft, but did replace the driveshaft cover before (koyak and grease all over the wheel well). there is a supplier in USJ for Hyundai parts, PM me and i'll pass you the details.

as for the engine mountings - also again, OEM or original Hyundai? as my earlier posting, the main mounting (if looking to the engine from the front of the car, the left top side) is hydraulic mount, and not sure of the remaining 3 mountings.

recently sent for service (after 1 year, almost 10,000 kms), replaced with full-synthetic oil, flushed and replaced the coolant, brake fluid and power steering fluid.. and asked for total inspection.. thankfully, no major repairs required.. just need to remember to replace the timing belts, AT fluid, AT filter at 180,000 kms (another year probably, since less travelled nowadays). interior looks like new thanks to the auto spa treatment... hopefully will serve my family for another few years, before and if we decide to switch..

cheers.

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jackson

Posted 08 October 2015 - 04:54 PM

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Re-activated my Autoworld ID. Been a loooooong time since on this forum. Blame FB  :P

 

Still have my Trajet. It is now 12 years old. Mileage just turned over 170k km. 

 

Don't know if the other Trajet first owners are still having them to this day.

 

Happy driving all. On whatever modes you have now.


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Posted 09 October 2015 - 08:20 AM

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Welcome back, bro. jackson. Long time no see you here....hahaha



#685
msaiful

Posted 12 October 2015 - 01:05 PM

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Hi all.. for your information, we have Malaysia Trajet Owner (JETTERS).. Just Trajet comunity.. not car club.. u all can contact mr. arai 019-3028594 (admin JETTERS) or visit our facebook to join us. we have 102 members.. 



#686
kueh

Posted 05 April 2016 - 03:30 PM

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Re-activated my Autoworld ID. Been a loooooong time since on this forum. Blame FB  :P
 
Still have my Trajet. It is now 12 years old. Mileage just turned over 170k km. 
 
Don't know if the other Trajet first owners are still having them to this day.
 
Happy driving all. On whatever modes you have now.

 

still driving one. and still happy with it. just changed its fuel pump. cost me rm530. headlights getting yellowish. would appreciate if anyone stumbled upon one at potong shop :)
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Posted 06 April 2016 - 08:16 AM

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still driving one. and still happy with it. just changed its fuel pump. cost me rm530. headlights getting yellowish. would appreciate if anyone stumbled upon one at potong shop :)

Your headlamp turn yellow is because is plastic cover. You can sand it down and clear coat it and will be good as new....



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Posted 07 November 2017 - 04:10 PM

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hi all,

 

not sure if this thread is still active.. since rarely here due to my 'Jet being relegated as 'Balik Kampung Car".. 

 

anyway, just to share - my 'Jet is 16+ years now, mileage about 175k now.. so far usual wear'n'tear repairs + lube service. only recently (last Raya trip) realized there is a humming sound from the front wheel, and a quick check to the SC confirmed front wheel bearings are out.. so will need a change soon before can travel far again. otherwise, others seems to hold out, so far (touch wood), but will also need a fresh coat of paint as the bumpers are showing signs of paint cracking.

 

anyone knows if Hansjiss is still operating out of the USJ warehouse? seem to have lost the contact number, perhaps can share if anyone still has it, or the latest contact if have moved.

 

thanks and cheers.

 

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:17 AM

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Forums have slowed down, as many forming own groups or clubs in fb......lol