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Got a recall today on both of the Konas at work
KONA (OS EV) BATTERY LOGIC UPGRADE-01D076

It takes an hour to do any ideas?
 

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Have you previously had the BMS update ?
yes they did it because of a failure on charge rate at 150Kw rapids i did say that to the garage today, with Corona i have had no chance to test it
 

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Yesterday my dealer booked my recall, but today they called to cancel because Hyundai is going to send a technician directly to me.
 

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Rang up for a service and I'm booked in for this too now. Seems dealers only heard about it yesterday and this chap at least has a meeting with the engineer about it today
 

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Rang up for a service and I'm booked in for this too now. Seems dealers only heard about it yesterday and this chap at least has a meeting with the engineer about it today
The recall was posted on the Government website 16th October! Do we all get a home visit or doesHyundai not trust the local dealer?
 

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Got my recall done yesterday as I just happened to be in for a service when the recall came out. Took them all afternoon to do it as allegedly I was the first car in the UK to get it and head office wanted to monitor the process remotely
 

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I just checked my car on the Government website and it claims there are no outstanding recalls but I have had notification from the dealer.
The Gov website only seems to show it by model, not by reg - I tried my reg and a couple from ebay and none showed up despite correctly identifying the vehicle type
 

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It appears from the info I have seen so far that this does not apply to my car as it was registered in Sep 2018. However, it did need the original BMS update.
 

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It appears from the info I have seen so far that this does not apply to my car as it was registered in Sep 2018. However, it did need the original BMS update.
About 5 mins after I posted this I got the letter in the post for the recall! Strange as the recall notice states it is for 'battery system in certain 2019-2020MY Kona Electric vehicles’ and mine is from 2018.
 

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About 5 mins after I posted this I got the letter in the post for the recall! Strange as the recall notice states it is for 'battery system in certain 2019-2020MY Kona Electric vehicles’ and mine is from 2018.
Likewise, mine was registered in Sept 2018 and I received my recall letter today.
 
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