Kia overseas recalls some lion sports car hydraulic electronic control units for hidden dangers

Recently, Kia recalled 71,704 lion sports cars overseas. The reason for the recall is that there are hidden dangers in the hydraulic electronic control unit (HECU) area and there is a risk of spontaneous combustion.

It is reported that the vehicles involved are models produced from August 9, 2007 to May 13, 2009, with a total of 71,704 vehicles. The recall is due to the presence of heat in the vehicle’s hydraulic electronic control unit (HECU) area, which increases the risk of spontaneous combustion. Previously, 15 vehicle models have suffered spontaneous combustion or partial fire accidents, but the specific cause of the accident is still under investigation.