HYUNDAI i30 (2020 – 2021) – THE TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING

Published on 16 August 2021
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HYUNDAI i30 (09/06/2020 – 23/09/2021) RECALL:

Problem description:

Indirect tyre pressure monitoring systems may not comply with European regulations.


Remedy: Software update applied to the electronic stability program.




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Recall Launch Date 16/08/2021
Recall No R/2021/261
Make HYUNDAI
Model i30
Recall Model Information i30 PDe PE
Manufacturer Ref 11DC25
VIN start TMAH351AAMJ135769
VIN end TMAH381AAMJ099387
Build start 09/06/2020
Build end 23/09/2021
Vehicle numbers 171

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