HYUNDAI has issued a recall for 2,840 cases of the 2016-2018 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid. The vehicles being referred to convey construct dates between July 31, 2015 and August 31, 2017 and were altogether worked in Korea.
As indicated by the recall report, it’s trusted that 100 percent of recalled vehicles will convey the deformity being referred to.
A module hybrid vehicle that can’t work under electric power isn’t quite a bit of a PHEV, and Hyundai’s most recent recall addresses precisely that.
The issue originates from a section called a voltage assurance gadget, which is ordinarily used to help keep the battery from surpassing its voltage limits. In “restricted occasions,” the battery may swell amid charging or releasing, which could actuate the gadget and render the electric engine defective.
On the off chance that the vehicle is working in unadulterated EV mode at the time, it could keep the vehicle from moving under its own power. This exhibits a wellbeing issue, in light of the fact that lost thought process power at speed could expand the difference in a crash.
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You’ll know this happens when the electric engine quits working and the “Check Hybrid System” cautioning light shows up in the measure bunch.
Curing the issue isn’t excessively confounded. Merchants will evacuate the recalled segment and supplant it with another battery administration module with an overhauled overvoltage assurance switch. Autos worked after August 2017 as of now have the refreshed equipment.
Hyundai will tell merchants by the center of March, and proprietor notices will be sent by means of top of the line mail beginning in May.