Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Opinion

Regulators Launch Probe into Hyundai, Kia Recalls of 6.4 Million Vehicles

via Pixabay License

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched an investigation into the recall of 6.4 million Hyundai and Kia vehicles due to brake fluid leaks that could lead to fires.

The probe will cover eight recalls by each company related to antilock braking systems and Hydraulic Electronic Control Units.

The recalls were issued due to the risk of fire caused by internal brake fluid leaks leading to electrical shorts.

The NHTSA will audit the automakers’ defect decision-making and adherence to reporting requirements.

Affected vehicles will have their ABS and HECU fuses replaced by dealers.

Most Popular:

The Ugly Truth About Obama Exposed

Panic Mode: Hunter Can’t Hide Anymore

‘Woke’ Miss Universe Pageant Goes Bankrupt

You May Also Like

Gallery

Jeff Landry wins the governorship in Louisiana. Significant victory The Republican Party has achieved a significant victory in Louisiana, securing full control of all...

Gallery

Biden’s open border agenda The Supreme Court affirmed Texas’ authority to implement a law allowing state law enforcement to detain migrants, dealing a blow...

Politics

The Supreme Court affirmed Texas’ authority to implement a law allowing state law enforcement to detain migrants, dealing a blow to the Biden administration’s...

Gallery

Kari Lake’s Ongoing Efforts to Contest Her Election Defeat. Arizona Supreme Court The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected GOP candidate Kari Lake’s request to...

Gallery

Chuck Mawhinney Chuck Mawhinney, a Marine Corps veteran who became the deadliest sniper in that branch’s history during the Vietnam War with 103 confirmed...

U.S. News

Chuck Mawhinney, a Marine Corps veteran who became the deadliest sniper in that branch’s history during the Vietnam War with 103 confirmed and 216...

Gallery

Controversial Arizona Bill on Illegal Immigration: A Deep Dive. Proposed Bill A proposed Arizona bill would dramatically expand the state’s Castle Doctrine law to...