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Do You Drive a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe? Important Recall Info Here


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5/9/2012
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Drivers of 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SUVs should immediately contact a dealer. Certain models released in 2010 are at a higher risk of collision. Misalignment of the intermediate shaft might cause extreme wear and noise, which can damage automatic transmissions over time if not corrected. Without a properly functioning transmission, vehicles lose power and drivers lose effective control.

Hyundai Recalls Sante Fe

If the driver of a 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe injures themselves and causes damages and injuries to other innocent drivers, contact a NC defective product attorney to learn if and how the liability rests with Hyundai manufacturers. Defective product attorneys in Raleigh, Fayetteville and Dunn will research your vehicle model and determine if it is one of the editions affected by this recall.

Hyundai Recall 2010

If you drive a 2010 Hyundai Sante Fe and are concerned if your car is one of the vehicles included in the mass recall, contact Hyundai at 800.633.5151. If your car is one of the Sante Fe models recalled, Hyundai will replace the defective part for free. The defect affects over 6,000 vehicles.

NC Defective Product Lawyers

Brent Adams & Associates offers experienced NC defective product lawyers who handle accident and injury cases in North Carolina where innocent people’s lives are affected because of negligent manufacturing, defective parts and products. Click here to schedule a free review of your NC accident injury case or call 800.849.5931 for a free consultation with a NC personal injury attorney.

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