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Hyundai is recalling 239,000 vehicles due to an exploding seatbelt pretensioner, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Thursday.
The impacted vehicles include Hyundai Accents manufactured between 2019 and 2022; Elantras manufactured from 2021-2023, and Elantra HEVs manufactured between 2021 and 2022, according to the NHTSA. Owners of impacted vehicles are expected to receive notification letters by July 15.
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"An exploding seat belt pretensioner can project metal fragments into vehicle, strike vehicle occupants, and result in injury," the NHTSA wrote of the malfunction.
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