The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued several recalls over the past few weeks. The most concerning recall now impacts 3.3 million vehicles.

Recalls have been initiated from Hyundai Motor America and Kia America along with a “park outside” notice due to a potential fire hazard.


“Until these recalled vehicles have been repaired, the manufacturers say the safest place to park them is outside and away from homes and other structures,” said the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The concern is that fires can break out in the vehicle regardless of whether it's parked and switched off or in motion.

Hyundai’s Safety Recall (NHTSA ID: 23V-651000)

ABS Unit May Cause Engine Compartment Fire

According to the NHTSA, this recall impacts the following models:

2012-2015 Accent

2012-2015 Azera

2011-2015 Elantra

2013-2015 Elantra Coupe

2014-2015 Equus

2011-2015 Genesis Coupe

2013-2015 Santa Fe

2013 Santa Fe Sport

2011-2015 Sonata HEV

2010-2013 Tucson

2015 Tucson Fuel Cell

2012-2015 Veloster

2010-2012 Veracruz

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Kia’s Safety Recall (NHTSA ID: 23V-651000)

HECU May Cause Engine Compartment Fire

This recall impacts the following models according to the NHTSA:

2014-2016 Cadenza

2011-2013 Forte/Forte Koup

2015-2017 K900

2010-2015 Optima

2011-2013 Optima Hybrid

2011-2017 Rio

2010 Rondo

2011-2014 Sorento

2011-2013 Soul

2010-2013 Sportage

Those needing more information can reach out to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to

Other Recent Recalls

Kia America is recalling some of the 2019 Sorento SUVs potentially impacting 83,667 models. Notification to owners by first-class mail will be on November 13, 2023. The recall is “due to an error in the manufacturing process at the supplier, the rearview camera may be susceptible to water intrusion. If water enters the rear of the camera, the camera's image may become blank while in reverse,” said NHTSA.

Kia America, Inc.: 800-333-4542

Manufacturer Recall No. is SC282

Toyota is recalling some 2023 Tundra’s which could impact 21,781 models. The issue is incorrect load-carrying capacity modification label information for certain “vehicles with the spray-on bed liner accessory installed at the vehicles processing facilities during a certain production period,” according to the NHTSA. Owners should be notified by November 12, 2023.

Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing: 1-800-331-4331

Manufacturer Recall No. is 23TA11

Chrysler is recalling 125 models of its 2023 Dodge Durango Pursuit. Notification to owners by first-class mail will be on November 7, 2023. According to the NHTSA, the concern comes from “an instrument panel-mounted shifter because it may come out of gear while driving, which can result in a sudden loss of drive power.”

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: 1-800-853-1403

Manufacturer Recall No. is 94A

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