Kia Plans Recall of Thousands of Vehicles, Government Shutdown Prevents Full Recall

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By Kelcie Willis

Kia Motors will be issuing a recall for thousands of vehicles after hundreds of them have reportedly caught fire, WFTS reported.

The company issued a recall plan Jan. 11 that calls for inspection of properly installed high-pressure fuel pumps during engine recall replacements. The engine recall, 17V-224, was submitted March 31, 2017. It was estimated in the plan that more than 50,000 Kia Optimas, more than 17,000 Kia Sorentos and about 1,000 Kia Sportages

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