Hyundai Service Biloxi MS
Long Beach, MS
Keesler Afb, MS
(228) 436-5140, 001-2004
By Bob Dowie
July 01, 2005
Like so many other late-model vehicles, the Hyundai vehicle lineup won't necessarily keep your bays busy with "repair" work, but can present you with profitable maintenance opportunities. We can no longer afford to let any opportunity for service go unnoticed, and hope that the customer will come back for the next job. It's an important part of our job to look over the car while it's in the bay with an eye for safety, dependability and value - all of which will ensure customer satisfaction and loyalty.
The actual nuts and bolts of servicing a Hyundai shouldn't give most techs many problems, but it never hurts to hit your information system and read over the task you're about to tackle. I don't know about you, but it always seems that it's the routine job gone bad that can present the most problems. In this article, we'll look at what we consider some bread-and-butter service jobs, and some things to watch out for during routine maintenance inspections.
Speaking of service information, Hyundai has a no-charge website - www.hmaservice.com - that anyone can access for service information. Of course, that requires having Internet access in the shop, but I would hope by now we have all taken care of that. I couldn't imagine working without Internet-based manufacturer information and access to technician community groups such as iATN. The information is simply too valuable.