Hyundai/Kia Recall 1.7 Million Vehicles For Rollaway Risk, Brake-Light Problem

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edited September 2016 in Hyundai
imageHyundai/Kia Recall 1.7 Million Vehicles For Rollaway Risk, Brake-Light Problem

Hyundai is recalling 1,059,824 vehicles because of rollaway risk and brake lights that may not illuminate. Kia is recalling 623,658 vehicles for the same problems.

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  • bizzle1bizzle1 Member Posts: 0
    You get what you pay for. If you buy from a bargain brand you are going to get a bargain product...
  • greenponygreenpony Chicago, ILMember Posts: 531
    Right, bizzle1, because premiums brands such as Mercedes and Lexus don't have recalls.
  • mredhandyman1mredhandyman1 Member Posts: 1
    my sante fe is a 2007 and I have a similar but more longer standing problem. Just yesterday the check engine light came on and then shortly after that the esc off light came on and would not go out. In addition once the latter had occurred I had no brake lights and no cruise control set. I had to order the brake switch and I replaced it. But then I had to replace the fuses three times. I researched for recalls and the man at the parts store said that there was a recall on the brake switch, but Hyundai had already fixed it. I replaced the fuses for the turn signal, brake lights, ESC light and the cruse control but they keep blowing. Finally, I have turn signals and brake lights and cruse, but the ESC light is still on
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