It's not the same pump from the Veloster. Cool your jets Ghost Rider.
Have you created a Customer Complaint Ticket with Hyundai Customer Service?
Are they providing you with a loaner?
Did you get a copy of the Service Work Order that said it was water in the fuel?
Water in the fuel system is always there from one extent to another. Water in the fuel system is not going to cause FI failure or High pressure pump failure. He's not doing you a favor, they have an obligation to fix the problems under warranty. If they can produce any supporting evidence or tangible proof it was water in the system. Then it didn't happen and they can't utilize it as an excuse or cause.
Consumer Affairs is a good place to start to get their attention. File a BBB and FTC Complaint. It can be done online and very quickly. Contact a Lawyer as a last resort. Give them his card and let them know they will have to deal directly with the attorney of your choice.
Don't do the; what if's, shoulds coulds, woulds or ought's etc. Stick to what happening right now. You're just upsetting yourself for no good reason. Stay calm collected and self-controlled and don't lose your temper. Use consumer laws against them. Time to start studying up on them as well. Screw the service manager. Go directly to the Dealership Manager and possibly the owners.
Yes, I called Hyundai corporate and made the complaint then this lady called me and three wayd me on with the service department.
No they are not providing me with a loaner. They are always all out apparently. I've been taking an uber or getting my parents to take me to and from work or co-workers. Glad to still have parents only 10mins. from my home as a 32 year old man lol.
I guess they call Hyundai customer service or Hyundai corporate consumer affairs I don't really know.
The car has been tried to be fixed 3 times and it's there for the 4th now. Lemon Law states 3 is the max needed or 30 days in service. 30 days in service is coming up soon as well. So I guess I can already start writing a letter for this.
I also have hard proof of being lied to so I'll always have that based on pictures of the miles of my car before and after they told me to pick it up showing that they didn't test drive it at all when they said they had multiple times. It's funny that the car the night before at my house had 1280 miles on it and when I went to go pick it up 5 days later it had 1282 miles on it. The 2 miles it took me to drive from my house to the dealer. They said they drove it the day before I picked it up and were testing it the whole time but huge lie there. Now they believe me that the car has issues since it wouldn't even start when they gave it back to me at the dealer.
The service manager also stated he'd let me know by lunch today and I never heard from him.
I do have the first service paper work which stated gas was too rich that's all it says tho but I asked for proof the other day and they only have that in writing they don't have gas, burnt plugs or whatever else to show for. Not sure what all they need to be considered 100% proof.
I'll try to contact someone higher up at Lee Hyundai tomorrow.
I made a complaint with the BBB and FTC as well.