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Hyundai i30 and Elantra recalled over potential power steering fault

2009 Hyundai i30

Hyundai recalls FD i30 and HD Elantra models due to risk of losing steering assistance. 

The Hyundai i30 and Elantra are being recalled due to a potential electric power steering fault that could increase the steering effort required to control the car, which could be hazardous.

If the problem occurs, Hyundai advises that an electronic power steering (EPS) light will illuminate on the vehicle’s dashboard.

The vehicles affected were sold in Australia between the start of November 2009 and the end of April 2010.

More specifically, the recall affects Elantras with VINs (Vehicle Identification Number) ranging between KMHDU41DAAU929998 and KMHDT41B9BU084665. The i30 VINs affected range between KMHDC81TMAU064300 and KMHDC51TMAU267226.

Hyundai will contact owners of affected vehicles by mail. Vehicles will need to be returned to an authorised Hyundai dealership to have their steering inspected for either motor replacement, or a software upgrade.