From day one, we witnessed a metallic rattling noise coming from the front wheels, when driving on rough roads and over highway joints.
When driving on a ripply/washboard road, the noise is constant until one applies the brakes slightly, then the noise disappears completely, that is until one releases the brakes..
Been back to the Hyundai dealer several times, just to learn that they could find nothing wrong. They did mention that the front wheel brake calipers rattle somewhat, and that's the way they're made.. The dealer would do nothing about it.
I recently jacked the front end up and removed the front tires, inspected the brake caliper assemblies; the pads are in like new condition, and yes, the calipers do have a sloppy play in them that would cause the metallic hammering noise until the brakes are slightly applied.
Does anyone have a fix??