DETROIT (AP) — Hyundai is recalling more than 272,000 cars in the U.S. because the electrical socket in the dashboard can overheat and cause a fire.

The recall covers certain 2011 and 2012 Elantra compacts and Sonata midsize cars, and the 2012 Accent subcompact and Veloster hatchback.

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Hyundai says the problem happens when an air compressor used to inflate tires is plugged into the socket for a long time.

In some vehicles, the outlets were overly tightened at the factory. That can disable a fuse designed to guard against overheating.

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Hyundai has nine reports of fires but no injuries.

Hyundai is still working on a repair. Owners will get letters notifying them of the recall starting in late August.

To check if your vehicle is under recall, visit Hyundai’s website here.

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