When paused at lights, there is a slight shuddering - as if the automatic is grabbing slightly at the clutch. Similarly when parking rear-wise.
2016 Hyundai i10 i10 automatic

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Ian
Driver
1 points

Problem added: Jan 22, 2021 (1 month ago)
This started in the last few months (late 2020), about the same time as the management warning light came on.
The car was put in for a total service and MOT in Jan '21. The warning light was reset and the spark plugs changed (thought by the Hyundai service people to be the cause of the problem). But the problem remains.
Booked in for another look at this early Feb. '21

Car details
Car: Hyundai i10
Variant: i10 automatic
Model Year: 2016
Category: Gearbox & Clutch
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bustedknuckles
Legend
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Jan 23, 2021 (1 month ago)
Possibly a misfire as they did plugs the last time may need coils but that just guess work ,who knows till the vehicle is correctly diagnosed.
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Ian
Driver
1 points

Jan 23, 2021 (1 month ago)
Thanks for that.
I'm not sure it could be a misfiring, as the engine itself seems to be purring along as normal, with the engine feeling as if it is grabbing at the clutch rather than the engine itself hiccupping. However, I'll let the service people know that this could be the source of the problem.
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