One time occurence, like, it's only happened to me one time? Or like I'm the only person I know of that's had that problem?
The brake light switch failure was a one time occurence. It gave me no warning at all, it's not like it was an intermittent issue for a couple days before. It just failed without warning. On the other hand, knowing that it's the same part number as all the others, it's not exactly a unique experience. I have not heard or read of any other Coupes with this issue.
The condensation in the LED turn signal has happened to one other person that I've read or heard of, over on GenCoupe. Also after the driver's side was replaced, the one on the passenger side started to get condensation. Thankfully it went away and hasn't returned.
All of the others are definately NOT unique experiences to my car, nor did they just happen to me once then go away. The only exception would be the clunking/thunking noise from the rear of the car when I move it after it's been sitting still for a while. It's not in the body of the car, it's most definatly under the car. It's either suspension or brake related.
On a side note... Tufast, you know how we talked about Hyundai's parts stock problems with defective parts? Well, I had my quarter window replaced on Tuesday. I know that I inspected it very well after the glass guy got done, because I was checking for loose panels, possible broken clips, out of place weatherstripping, etc. The glass was nice and tight against the body of the car when I looked at it that day. I had the new window tinted Thursday. Today while I was on my lunch break I decided to clean the car up a bit with some Meguiar's detailing spray to get waterspots off from yesterday's rain. It was then that I noticed it... there is a small gap beginning to appear in the same exact area, along the top edge of the rearmost part of the moulding. Granted, it's not big, maybe a millimeter at most, but there was absolutely NO gap there yesterday or the day before. I have forced myself into a state of denial because I don't want to think about it. I was simply annoyed about it the first time, now I'm starting to get pissed off. I understand how the whole thing works... if they aren't aware that there's a problem, then they can't approach the vendor to come up with a better design, therefore all the replacement parts will have the same exact problem. Yeah yeah... it's doesn't make me any less angry.
Also, Kerry (our Parts/Service manager) heard me talking about having to pay to get my window retinted, and asked me why I paid for it myself... He said that Hyundai WILL pay to have it retinted because they don't see it being the customer's responsibility due to the fact that Hyundai's part failure is the cause for the replacement. I told him that I thought it was considered to be an accessory, but he told me that Hyundai will still pay for it. I'm not sure if it's something that he's just telling me so I can get reimbursed for the tint and not feel bad about it because the dealership is really the one paying for it, or if it's something he's been able to talk our DPSM into paying for. Either way, he told me to make a copy of my receipt for the tint and he'd get me reimbursed.