* About 5,000 vehicles affected; 1,300 sold to customers * Dealer repair likely to take about an hour if needed DETROIT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co said on Tuesday it had stopped U.S. sales of its 2011 Sonata sedan due to potential faults in the front door latches that could affect 5,000 vehicles. Hyundai, which received complaints from customers but no reports of accidents or injuries, notified dealers late on Monday and the stop-sale order was put into affect at U.S. dealers ...
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