Kia Forte Recalled For Cooling Fan Resistors That Can Burn

25 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Kia Forte Recalled For Cooling Fan Resistors That Can Burn.

Kia Motors has issued a recall for 86,880 Forte sedans sold in the U.S. to repair a faulty cooling fan resistor that has been linked to a number of engine fires.

The automaker says it fixed the problem on unsold cars when it changed the specifications of the resistor and increased the clearance between the cooling fan and shroud. Owners of affected vehicles are being advised to contact Kia at 1-800-333-4542, or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236.

Owners of the Forte sedans with 1.8-liter engines will have the engine control unit software updated, Kia has recently recalled nearly 100,000 Soul compact cars model years 2010-13 to fix a sunroof defect that may lead to a headliner plate deatching when the side curtain airbag deploys, according to Autoblog.

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