Recent Hyundai Recall News
Knock, knock – there’s a major defect in the 2013 Velostar’s engine management software.
A defect that manages to find a way to prematurely ignite the air/fuel mixture in 1.6-liter turbo engines. This puts way too much pressure on the cylin … continue reading
Hyundai is recalling 120,000 Tucson SUVs because their oil pans can leak, damaging the engine or starting fires. … continue reading
Hyundai is recalling nearly 100,000 engines with fuel tubes that were misaligned, improperly tightened, or otherwise damaged during installation. … continue reading
A sunroof isn’t supposed to close when it detects an object in the way. However there’s an issue in the way the 2018 Elantra GT’s sunroof motor was programmed that could turn it into a slow, dull, but strong guillotine. … continue reading
The 2018 Santa Fe Sport already has an airbag recall.
The side curtain airbag probably won't deploy properly to be able to protect an occupant. In addition, Hyundai says it can't guarantee the detached diffuser will remain in the airbag, a … continue reading
A previous brake switch recall has been expanded to include over 390,000 Elantras from the 2013 and 2014 model years.
Hyundai noticed an increased warranty claim rate for Elantras that weren't included in the 2016 recall. Brake pedal stopp … continue reading
Back in March, Hyundai recalled 978,000 cars to inspect and fix seat belt linkages and the pretensioner. Now those vehicles have been recalled again for the same problems.
Although the condition of a partially latched anchor pretensioner w … continue reading
The 2018 Santa Fe Sport has been recalled for suspension issues, although most of the affected vehicles haven’t been sold yet.
Hyundai is recalling about 200 model year 2018 Santa Fe Sport SUVs at risk of losing control while on the roads. … continue reading
Hyundai has announced a recall of certain 2017 Santa Fe SUVs with 3.3-liter engines.
The automaker says the crankshaft assemblies may have been manufactured with irregularities in the crankshaft pins, something that can cause the engine be … continue reading
The 2017 Ioniq EV is being recalled for stalling out.
Hyundai is recalling 218 model year Ioniq Electric cars that can stall while driving because problems occurred during manufacturing of certain parts.
Antifreeze is entering small voids … continue reading