LF Hyundai Sonata sedans are being recalled due to a possible stability control-related brake failure.
Hyundai has issued a safety recall for the current version of the Sonata mid-size sedan.
The potential fault relates to incorrect fitment of the brake tubing or seal ring on the brake booster system. This could prevent the stability control system from functioning correctly and cause a hazard to occupants and other road users.
Hyundai says 2044 vehicles are affected, built between July 10, 2014 and May 30, 2015.
Specifically, the recall affects Sonatas with VINs (Vehicle Identification Number) ranging between KMHE341BMFA045604 and KMHE241FMFA142833.
The fault was discovered internally and no accidents or incidents were recorded, according to Hyundai.
Hyundai will contact owners of affected vehicles by mail. Vehicles will need to be returned to a Hyundai dealership for an inspection and, if applicable, the brake fault will be corrected free of charge.
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