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Recall Alert: Kia Recalls 9,443 Vehicles Due to Faulty Anti-Lock Brake

More on the Kia Recall

9,443 model year 2019 Stingers equipped with 3.3L T-GDI engines are being recalled by Kia Motors America.

The recall was made due to the vehicle’s anti-lock brake unit that may cause a fire. Furthermore, while the car is being operated, the engine compartment fire could transpire in the location of the Anti-lock Brake Hydraulic Electronic Control Unit (HECU).

Thus, increasing the chances of injury or crash.

Have you purchased a Kia model year 2019 Stingers? Have you experienced the said issue? Let us know your story.

What You Need To Do

As of this time, Kia Motors America is still developing the solution for the said recall.

Furthermore, the start of this recall is on October 26, 2020.

For consumers who have further concerns, they can turn to Kia customer service at (800) 333-4542. SC196 is Kia’s number for this recall.

Editor’s note on The Kia Recall:

This piece is written to inform consumers about the Kia Stingers Recall.

If you have questions regarding this news, feel free to send us a message.

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