Transport Canada Recall - 2023147 - HYUNDAI
Please see corrective actions section below
2019 | HYUNDAI | SANTA FE, 2020 | HYUNDAI | SANTA FE, 2021 | HYUNDAI | SANTA FE, 2022 | HYUNDAI | SANTA CRUZ, 2022 | HYUNDAI | SANTA FE, 2023 | HYUNDAI | SANTA FE, 2023 | HYUNDAI | SANTA CRUZ
Certain vehicles may be equipped with a 4-pin accessory trailer wiring harness kit that could fail. Over time, this could result in a short circuit that can cause the control module to overheat.
Note: This recall only affects Hyundai Genuine 4-pin tow hitch wiring harness kits with the part number S2F67-AC401. These kits may have been ordered at the time of a vehicle purchase or purchased separately from a dealer as an aftermarket accessory.
A short circuit can create a fire risk, even while the vehicle is parked and turned off.
Hyundai will notify owners by mail and instruct you to bring your vehicle to a dealership to inspect the vehicle for a trailer wiring harness kit. If necessary, the dealer will install a 15A fuse and a wire extension kit. Hyundai advises that if your vehicle has a tow hitch harness installed, you should park it outdoors, and away from other vehicles or structures until the recall repairs have been completed.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.