Buckle up because a very popular car manufacturer is now recalling an entire model of car sold in Texas from 2020-2024 because they are prone to catching fire. The car company has also requested that all owners of the vehicle do no park inside until after their automobile can be fixed.

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Almost a half a million Kia Tellurides are being recalled because a sliding knob on the power seat can catch fire while the car is either parked or driving, and if you own the model year from 2020 through 2024 it should be taken immediately to the nearest participating service department. The exact cars that are being recalled were manufactured from January 19, 2019 and continued to come off the until May 29, 2024.

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If you are thinking, didn't they just recall the Telluride, you are not wrong. According to this AP News article, Tellurides manufactured during the same window as the fire risk vehicles, were just recalled in April because a flaw was allowing the cars to roll away after being put into park.

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So, to summarize, the car could potentially roll away and not be where you parked it when you return, but also could totally catch on fire while it is in drive or parked where you hope it still is.

You can read more about the latest Kia Telluride recall in this USA Today article.

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