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Hyundai, Kia Recall 2 Million Vehicles
A big recall from sister imported car companies Hyundai and Kia will have millions of Americans heading to dealerships for fixes.
FOX News Radio’s Jennifer Keiper has the details:
Almost two million Hyundai and Kia owners will be hearing from the automakers soon because a faulty switch can stop the brake lights from going on when the drivers press the pedal, or the cruise control may not turn off when you step on the brake. Affected are some 2007-2011 model year Hyundais, including the Accent, Elantra and Sonata. Also being recalled: Kia vehicles, including the Optima, Sedona and Sportage.
Hyundai is also recalling 2011-2013 Elantras because you could be hurt if a bracket comes loose when the side airbag inflates.
Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.