Hyundai Recall Service & Lookup

Wondering if your Hyundai has a recall, click on the button below to check. You’ll need your 17-digit Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to perform the search.

Hyundai Recall Lookup

Hyundai safety recalls and service campaigns serve to ensure that you’re driving a Hyundai vehicle that performs at its best. When a safety recall is put in place for you’re vehicle, it’s best to learn right away whether or not it’s eligible. Allow our St. Louis Park Hyundai service center to tell you more about how to find out if your Hyundai vehicle has a safety recall or service campaign.

What is a Recall?

A recall is a free repair for a widespread safety defect or issue that doesn’t meet federal safety standards. They are usually limited to a specific set of vehicles based on things like model year, manufacture date, and VIN range.

What is a VIN?

A VIN is a unique 17-character serial number used to identify individual motor vehicles.

Where Can I Find My VIN?

You can find your VIN:

  • Driver’s side dashboard
  • Inside driver’s side doorjamb
  • Vehicle insurance card
  • Vehicle title record (pink slip)

How Can I Find Out if my Hyundai Has A Recall?

Lucky for Hyundai drivers, you can utilize our Hyundai VIN search tool. This VIN search tool covers:

  • Lookup Safety Recalls and Service Campaigns by VIN
  • Information on the repair remedy; Your preferred Hyundai dealer will complete the repairs FREE OF CHARGE
  • Schedule an appointment online to help minimize any inconvenience
  • Information provided as far back as 08/20/1986

It’s that easy!

Have Your Hyundai Recall or Service Campaign Taken Care of At Morrie’s 394 Hyundai in St. Louis Park

If you learn that your Hyundai vehicle has a recall or safety campaign, our Hyundai service center will fix it up as soon as possible. If you have any questions or would like to speak to a service representative, please don’t hesitate to contact us at our St. Louis Park Hyundai dealership, near Minnetonka and Minneapolis.

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