More than 5,600 older Hyundai Santa Fe cars in Vietnam were recalled because of errors related to the braking system

TC Motor has just launched a recall for the 2017-2018 model year Hyundai Santa Fe because of an incident related to the ABS braking system.

According to information from the Vietnam Register, from September 1, 2023, the manufacturer in coordination with Hyundai dealers across the country will begin a recall of 5,675 Hyundai Santa Fe vehicles. The affected vehicles were manufactured from April 28, 2017 to October 27, 2018 at Hyundai Thanh Cong factory.

These vehicles were determined to have a problem in the hydraulic control circuit board of the ABS braking system, called HECU (Hydraulic Electronic Control Unit). HECU can assist the driver in emergency situations by actively adjusting and accumulating pressure in the brake system, helping to avoid locking brakes leading to skidding and increasing the ability to stabilize the vehicle’s movement. car.


In the recall information, the above part has an error that is likely to lead to the risk of short circuit, electric shock and engine compartment fire in the worst case. In addition, this problem will also affect the performance of the ABS braking system. When the vehicle is running at high speed and applies the brakes suddenly and holds the brakes continuously, the wheels can lock and lose their ability to stabilize motion.

Currently, TC Motor said it has not recorded any accidents related to the above error. Owners of Hyundai Santa Fe vehicles subject to recall can take their vehicles to TC Motor dealers and service stations to have the ABS fuse replaced for free. Inspection and repair time for each vehicle is no more than 15 minutes.

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