does anyone have information on the recall of the GDI engines for dirt and swarf left in the engine from the production we got a recall letter from them and I have been complaining for over two years about noises and other engine related faults I heard that the engineer from Hyundai released all the internal reports and that is what started the recall. In the USA they had it recalled before here in Australia. Any links to the data or other reports would be helpful as even there own training department one year ago before the letter said it was normal as I am a mechanical engineer I know and dirt left in an engine will cause other faults that I am getting eg excess oil consumption/stuck oil-driven VVTI/nosey lifters and such thanks for your time
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