Following in the footsteps of the sister brand Kia, Hyundai is withdrawing approximately 215,000 Sonata sedans because of a low-pressure fuel hose that could burst as a result of heat from the engine compartment.
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Affected vehicles include Sonata sedans from model year 2013-14. The fuel hose responsible for connecting the low pressure fuel pump to the direct injection fuel pump may burst over time due to excessive heat coming from the engine compartment. As a result, fuel may leak from the hose, increasing the risk of fire.
Dealers will change the hose for free to solve the problem. Hyundai will start notifying owners on July 5, but those with additional questions can call the carmaker at 855-371-9460 (Hyundai’s number for this download is 227), the National Vehicle Administration’s vehicle safety hotline. road safety at 888-327-4236, or visit his website to check yours vehicle identification number and learn more.
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