Hyundai says an electronics board could short circuit, creating an increased risk of fire.
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Hyundai Australia has issued a recall of 93,572 examples of its Hyundai Tucson SUV (MY15-20) due to a potential fire risk with a circuit board, which forms part of the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS).

The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says a short circuit in the electronics poses an increased risk of fire within the engine compartment – even when the engine is off.

Affected Tucson models were sold between 1 November 2014 and 30 November 2020.

Hyundai Australia is contacting owners to organise a free repair.

The company has confirmed there have been no incidents involving vehicles locally.

A full list of vehicle identification numbers of the 93,572 vehicles involved in the recall can be found here.

To have your Tucson repaired for free, you can call Hyundai's customer service hotline on 1800 186 306, or you can locate your closest Hyundai dealership by clicking here.

Since this article was published, Hyundai has created a page on its website covering the most common questions about this recall.