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Hyundai Engine Recall and Software Update Information

 

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Technical Overview

Among the affected vehicle population, vehicle stalling may be triggered by premature engine bearing wear.  Indications of a worn bearing are outlined here. If the vehicle continues to be driven with a worn bearing, the bearing can fail, and the vehicle could stall.  In some instances, engine stalling can lead to the fracture of a connecting rod.  When a connecting rod fractures, it is possible for it to damage the engine block, allowing oil to escape and contact hot engine surfaces, which can lead to a fire.

What Is A VIN?

A Vehicle Identification Number, commonly known as a VIN, is a unique 17-character number used to identify an individual vehicle’s manufacturer, model, body style and engine size.

Where Do I Find My VIN?

On your vehicle:

  • Driver’s side dashboard (viewable from the windshield)
  • Inside driver’s side door jamb (on a sticker)

Other places to find your VIN:

  • Vehicle insurance card
  • Vehicle title record (pink slip)

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