More than 37,000 of the previous generation Hyundai i30s have been recalled due to a flat in the electronic stability control system.
The ESC system is a technology helps a vehicle maintain stability and control during situations where traction is lost, potentially causing a vehicle to lose control.
In the case of the Hyundai i30, the error may allow moisture to get into the ESC system and prevent it from working properly.
Models built between December 2010 and March 2012 will be recalled and the ESC system will be replaced at no cost to owners.
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