It has been a hard time for Hyundai owners in Colorado. I own a Hyundai owner and I was shocked to find out that my vehicle needed three recall repairs in one year.

I talked to an employee at the Hyundai dealership in Loveland. He told me that he had never seen so many recalls in his career.

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The recall I had was for anti-theft. A few years ago, some jerks on TikTok decided to show the world how easy it was to steal my car. Hyundai jumped on the problem immediately and fixed the problem.

Another Recall For Colorado Hyundai Owners

Hyundai is going to recall another 90,000 vehicles for repairs. You should get a recall notification via email and traditional mail by April 13th.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the recall is due to water leaking that would create an electrical short. That short could cause a major engine fire.

The risk would happen when the vehicle is both parked or being driven.

The Recall Starts in April: What to Do Now


Before you get your invitation to get your vehicle repaired, the National Traffic Safety Administration says that you should park away from your home, other vehicles, and anywhere a fire could ignite.

Also, make sure to keep an eye on your vehicle.

Which Hyundai Vehicles Are Affected


The recall specifically targets the Genesis model. The vehicle is extremely popular and is commonly sold and driven in Colorado.

The Hyundai Genesis models that are being recalled are:

  • 2015-2016 Genesis
  • 2017-2019 Genesis G80
  • 2017-2019 Genesis G90
  • 2019 Genesis G70

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