Got it earlier this week. I have an '02 GT so I believe the mail said something along the lines of cars made between such and such a date - I don't think it qualifies for a certain "year" of car per say. When I have the letter in hand I'll give you the low down. Basically, the car has a chance to leak some fuel if the car suddenly gets tipped on it's roof....it leaks more fuel than necessry in that position. My guess is that they will be just as busy making appts for this recall as they will be with the brake line relocation.
"This notice is sent to you in accordance with the requirements of the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Act. Hyundai has decided that certain 2002 and 2003 model year Elantra, Sonata, Tiburon and XG 350 vehicls, produced beginning October 1, 2001 through November 9, 2002, may fail to conform to Canadian Motor Vehicle Saftey Standard 301, Fuel System Integrity."
It just been pure luck that it's lasted this long, you don't want to drive another mile untill you get it fixed.... What it's more than a mile to the dealer.... Then you just can't drive it ever again..... Gotta love it