Not heard of any on here , more likely to have car battery failure than remote key.
However with the spate and ease of keyless entry vehicle thefts where a tea leaf puts a signal amplifier near your home everyone needs these .
Hi, had my 2013 plate i40 since September and on the whole i love it but concerned about the key fob issues I've had with both fobs. After owning the i40 for a month i was locked out after work, owners manual inside the car so couldn't find out how to get in it, eventually a colleague appeared with a new battery for the fob, changed it and everything was ok until end of November and it stopped working again, i was on my way to work so just picked up the spare and went on my way, 3 weeks in and the spare stopped working yesterday, i found that by standing close to the car it finally unlocked, but i kept the car running when i got to my destination as it was in a remote area and i didnt want to get stuck there alone. Is this a fault with the hyundai fobs or maybe ive just got 2 faulty fobs OR am i doing something wrong that im not aware of?
I’ve just done it today but had a few difficulties doing it as the replacement was a pattern part and the connector isn’t identical to the Hyundai connector. As it got dark I ended up unbolting the mirror off from the inside of the car so i could work in the garage.
Easy enough taking the glass mirror off and unplugging the heated mirror connections, then you can unscrew the fixings that hold the led indicator on.
Problem I have though is the new indicator doesnt work so I think the issue is the existing cable has corroded. Need to take a look at it tomorrow. If need be I can post a couple of photos of the removal
Here is the firmware on my i40 at present. It has Android Auto but not CarPlay. The dealer I bought from was told by his service engineer that this is the latest software being reported from Hyundai. It is an Oct 16 car.