Nearly 463,000 owners of Kia’s well-liked Telluride SUVs in the US are being advised not to park their vehicles near buildings or outside, as the front seats may catch fire.

Recall documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration state that if the front power seat control switches on the SUVs are struck forcefully, they may become misaligned and locked. A tiny electric motor that moves the seat may run constantly in that scenario and overheat.

Kia Telluride cars from 2020 to 2024 are included in the recall. The Korean automaker’s Telluride, a spacious SUV with three rows of seats, has been a huge hit.