READ THIS IF YOU HAVE A 2012 HYUNDAI VELOSTER DCT AUTO or MANUAL. Ok so I've been complaining about my car to my Hyundai dealership and had brought it to the dealer on THREE different occasions due to numerous transmission/gear slippage and other weird issues involving my transmission and the gears while driving (RPMS shoot up when foot is off gas, car not going in reverse, car jolting and aggressive thrusting of the car in low speeds)… this issue has always been intermittent and every time I took it to the dealer we were unable to replicate the issue when a technician was driving/me driving and it did not set off any diagnostic issues or red flags while hooked up to the computer. I’ve read so many posts and reviews about people experiencing major transmission issues with low mileage on the vehicle, literally exactly what I was describing other people are too. The dealer said they can’t do anything to help me from me describing the issue, they need to see it for themselves or the computer needs to tip them off. Something interesting happened today to make me believe Hyundai is trying to hide a massive recall on my 2012 Automatic Hyundai Veloster DCT. Today I picked my car up after many techs had driven the car trying to replicate my problem (I left it at the dealer over night). They told me for a third time that it's not the car and their nothing wrong and it could the way I'm driving the car (i.e. not coming to a full stop before switching gears), last time they gave me a pamphlet to explain to me how the DCT works and blamed it on the dual clutch. That it’s driver error and not the cars fault. Online before bringing the car in I was doing research I saw a lot of people complaining of similar tranny issues that won't come up on the computer scan so Hyundai won't do anything. I heard some people mention them replacing a part called a "GATE SHIFT ACTUATOR" and getting improvements from that. Because of minimal literature online I’m not exactly sure what the part does but someone described it as… it helps execute gear sifts and help the car shift smoothly. Today when getting my car, which hadn't been worked at all, they said that they put a call into “Corporate” and Hyundai Corporate told them to replace my GATE SHIFT ACTUATOR. I asked if it would solve my issue and why they would do that if they are saying the car is fine, he said he didn't know why, but the Hyundai higher ups just told them to replace it. I asked if it was a recall and he said no, but was weird about answering it. So they don't think anything is wrong with the car but they want to replace an important part of the car and I have to leave it over night cause hey have to take the whole transmission out to replace it. I think a lot of people have an issue with the shifting and this could solve it, but Hyundai is not posting the recall because they don’t have to for some reason but they are aware the issue exists as they are replacing this part that could solve all my odd issues. I feel they don’t want to recall it because it will be a lot of money for the company to replace everyone's in their Veloster. I will post back about how my car is, they had to “Special Order” the part and will take a week to come in!