Fire risk sparks recall of Hyundai cars

By Luke Costin
Updated December 9 2022 - 11:03am, first published 10:59am
The recall notice says the defect could result in a fire even when the vehicle is turned off. (Annaliese Frank/AAP PHOTOS)
The recall notice says the defect could result in a fire even when the vehicle is turned off. (Annaliese Frank/AAP PHOTOS)

Some 19,500 Hyundai cars have been recalled over concerns they may spontaneously ignite if moisture reaches an internal component.

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