Hyundai Ioniq: Steering System / Troubleshooting

Hyundai Ioniq (AE) 2017-2024 Service Manual / Steering System / Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
Trouble Symptom
Cause of the symptom
Remedy
Excessive play in steering
Loose U-joint bolt
Retighten or replace as necessary
Loose yoke plug
Retighten
Loose steering gear mounting bolts
Retighten
Loose or worn tie rod end
Retighten or replace as necessary
Steering wheel does not return to its original position
Excessive turning resistance of tie rod end
Replace
Yoke plug excessively tight
Adjust
Tie rod and/or ball joint cannot turn smoothly
Replace
Loose mounting of gear box at the subframe
Retighten
Worn steering shaft joint and/or body grommet
Correct or replace
Distorted rack
Replace
Rattling or chucking noise in the rack and pinion
Loose steering gear box mounting
Reposition
Loose tie rod end and/or ball joint
Repace
Worn tie rod and/or ball joint
Repace
Loose yoke plug
Replace

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    Repair procedures

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    Seatback pocket

    Hyundai Ioniq. Seatback pocket

    The seatback pocket is provided on the back of the front passenger's seatback.

    WARNING

    To prevent the Occupant Classification System from malfunctioning:

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