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Recall: No. 1 of 2
Recall Ref: R/2013/056
Exact Model: Accent MC Tucson JM & Santa Fe CM
VIN: Various
Build Date: Various between April 2001 and July 2011 depending on model
Numbers: 87092
Defect: The vehicles brake lights may intermittently malfunction due to carbonisation of the contacts within the brake light switch. This can also affect other systems on the vehicle including: ESC cruise control gear selection (autoboxes) engine check lamp.
Action: Recall the vehicle that are likely to be affected to replace the brake light switch.
Launch Date: 05 June 2013
Recall: No. 2 of 2
Recall Ref: R1998/082
Exact Model:
Build Date: January 1995 to August 1997
Numbers: 36000
Defect: Hyundai have identified a small risk of front coil spring failing due to corrosion caused by road salt, which in some instances may result in damage to the tyre. Apparently 8 cases have been recorded, but on no occasion has a driver or passenger been injured.
Action: All models identified will be checked and depending on the results of the examination the springs may be replaced and guiders will be fitted. At the same time dealers will check the integrity of the front body welds. Some cars used in Australia have suffered from weld failures, mainly on high mileage cars and Hyundai UK are taking this opportunity to check UK cars to make sure no similar problems are being experienced. Hyundai have set up a helpline for customers Tel: 0800 389 9430.
Launch Date: 09 December 1998

Manufacturer contact details:
Hyundai Car UK Ltd
728 London Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 1HE
0800 981 981


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