HYUNDAI ELANTRA – FRONT SUSPENSION MAY FAIL

Published on 4 August 2018
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HYUNDAI ELANTRA ( 01/01/2002 –  27/05/2003) DEFECT:  It may be possible for corrosion to attack the front suspension arms from the inside. If corrosion occurs the arms could become weak and fail which could affect the directional control of the vehicle.


Remedy: Recall vehicles likely to be affected to check the front suspension arms and apply wax oil corrosion protection. Where necessary the suspension arms will be replaced.





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Recall Launch Date 26/07/2012
Recall No R/2012/070
Make HYUNDAI
Model ELANTRA
Recall Model Information Coupe & Elantra
Manufacturer Ref TBA
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Build start 01/01/2002
Build end 27/05/2003
Vehicle numbers 9725

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