Just joined the p1326 club car showed error suddenly after leaving the gas station.. now at dealership, fingers crossed
I just joined the club as well on my 2012 Forte Koup. Any word on a resolution for your issues? Fortunately for me the engine is not seized, but we’re in limp mode and the check engine light and p1236 are present.Just joined the p1326 club car showed error suddenly after leaving the gas station.. now at dealership, fingers crossed
Called Kia dealer this morning and will be having AAA tow it over there tomorrow. I had the KSDS updated a year ago and have since then put around 13.5k on the car. But over the last couple months have been driving less than 5 miles daily as my life irk is less than a mile from home. Randomly came on, oil is full, don’t really hear a knock or anything when running so we’ll see what happens.Call your local dealer, ask them to pick it up as it won't drive safely (speed is limited). See the attached settlement, Kia owes you an examination to determine if your auto falls under the settlement and if so you're owed a rental and a new long block (all existing accessories remain). Luck.
My appointment was for 7:30am yesterday morning (even though my car was towed there last Wednesday). After lunchtime, I called just to see if there was any news. The service guy I talked to seemed a little annoyed that I was calling so soon. He said we’re really busy, and there are several people ahead of you. We’ll look at later today or tomorrow. I guess I thought having a 7:30am appointment meant they’d actually look at it somewhere within that time frame. At least run the diagnostic. But I digress.Some folks on here do report delays yet not a year. Kia settled (see attached above), if the settlement applies they also owe you a rental for the duration of the repair. The coverage is a long block (all other parts re-used) if they determine excessive rod bearing wear along with having its software updates. Let us know what happens.