2013 Hyundai i30 1.6 manual Clutch Thrust Bearing noise

Problem added: Jun 16, 2015 (5 years ago)
Clutch Thrust Bearing noise Intermittently Is it a common problem on a car that is under 2 years old It was a hire car before I got it and was only 9 months old when I bought it last year and I only do up to 12000 miles a year and would it be covered by a warranty Any advice will be useful

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Car: Hyundai i30
Variant: 1.6 manual
Model Year: 2013
Category: Leaks & Noises

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Jun 16, 2015 (5 years ago)
You would be better getting the car into dealership for examination and confirmation that it will be replaced under warranty or not .Heard different stories on similar faults with Hyundai in regard to warranty claims .USUALLY if bearing is defective it would be covered under warranty .With an ex hire car you never know if someone sat with their foot pressing on the pedal while they were driving which doesn't help .
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Jun 16, 2015 (5 years ago)
This confirms one of the points I've read and heard about .

" No Hyundai dealership is authorised to perform warranty work until they have established with Hyundai themselves that the repair is covered by warranty.

My dealer ensures that you sign a form stating that they are authorised by you (not Hyundai) to investigate the issue which is at your cost until it is established the issue is warranty. "
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