Hyundai and Kia have recalled over 3 million cars in the United States due to a fire risk.

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The recall affects certain models from 2023-2024, including the Hyundai Elantra, Sonata, Tucson, Palisade, and Kona, as well as the Kia Forte, K5, Sportage, Sorento, and Telluride.

The issue is caused by a faulty electrical component in the oil pump assembly

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faulty electrical component in the oil pump assembly component can overheat and cause a fire, even when the car is parked.

If your car is affected by the recall,contact your Hyundai or Kia dealer to schedule a repair

The repair is expected to take about 30 minutes

Hyundai and Kia are providing free loaner cars to affected customers while their cars are being repaired.

Hyundai and Kia are investigating the issue and are taking steps to prevent it from happening again

The signs of a fire include smoke, flames, and a burning smell. If you see any of these signs, you should immediately evacuate the car

Use fire extinguisher

 Regularly check your car's fluid levels and make sure that all of the fluids are at the correct levels. – Keep your car's engine clean and free of debris. – Avoid parking your car near heat sources.